Category: The Blitz

The Blitz – Norwich, Baedeker and more.

This is a growing collection of articles that relate to the Norwich Blitz. It contains research, photography and rephotography, personal stories, observational pieces and live tweets. You will also find articles covering specific elements of the Norwich Blitz and the Baedeker raids of 1942. The collection is gradually being moved from Flickr to Invisible Works. It will hopefully continue to grow as new information surfaces. Some of the photographs of the Norwich Blitz haven't been seen before. Some will be familiar from the EDP archive or from The Picture Norfolk Collection. The articles feature photographers such as Clifford Temple, George Plunkett, George Swain and LeGrice.

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4 days ago

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Bowl Barrow on Alderford Common in Norfolk. Almost lost in a carpet of bracken, it could be either Neolithic or Bronze Age. Hard to tell as it's been deformed by quarrying. A large polished flint axe head was found nearby. ... See MoreSee Less

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Bylaugh, Sparhamhole Bronze Age Barrow Cemetery Norfolk. Just dust, crop marks and plough shattered flint under the white heads of the barley, lost on the slight rise of the Wensum river terrace. ... See MoreSee Less

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