Blitz damage in London
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World War Two London Blitz remembered, 75 years on

Over 40,000 people died during the Blitz in World War Two, and this week marks 75 years since it first began.

To escape the bombing, 5,000 Londoners in the East End slept in Epping Forest, and many others used tube stations as shelters.

Mavis and Sidney Schogger spoke to BBC Breakfast about their experiences.

  • 10 Sep 2015
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