'We were the only two who got out alive'
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Hereford munitions worker describes escape from German bombs

More than 70 years after the end of World War Two there are calls for munitions workers to be recognised.

BBC Hereford and Worcester has launched the campaign for the government to honour people like Nancy Billings, who was 18 when she started work cleaning and filling shells at the factory in Rotherwas, Hereford.

Here she describes what happened when the plant was bombed by the Germans in 1942.

Stills courtesy of Herefordshire Council

  • 03 Jan 2017