Well, I think it is. Interactive map of all the bombs that were dropped on London during The Blitz.
Just did a search of all my old addresses - I knew my old place in Old Street had one right next to it because it remained a bomb site for the next 50 years until they finally started construction of an apartment building on it about 6 years ago.
Checked all the football grounds as well - Upton Park had 4 bombs dropped directly on it, Stamford Bridge a couple. Craven Cottage had none - neutral then, neutral now.
the effect is quite shocking. How e.g. St Pauls Cathedral survived is amazing
Is it just too busy? Or is it just me?
Been on this morning, and the link on the OP seems to work. Wonder if it's to do with having the right software to make it work (you can tell I'm an IT expert from this sentence can't you?)
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