Wayland Publishers, 1997. 45 pages. Hardback.
The moon was bright on that night and the German bombers would have seen the ground below them as clear as day. The west coast of Scotland was bellow them. Clydebank was their targed, to bomb the factories and stores and leave the town in ruins. 12, 000 died, 2,000 were injured and around 35,000 were left without a home. It was March 1941 and Scotland was at war.
Starting with thye Clydebank blitz, this book will talk about the impact of the second World war on Scotland, shortages and evaction, preparing for aerial attacks, Scots going abroad with the army or staying at home to work in the factories, and, above everything, we will see how everyone worded together to make life easier. This book contains artwork, pictures and maps throughout.
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