by Robert Blain
Over two horrifying nights in March 1941, the Luftwaffe bombed Glasgow’s Clydebank Shipyards. The destruction and loss of life was enormous, with the death toll widely believed to be higher even than that of the German bombing of Coventry. Seen through the eyes of two Scottish engineers, this short work of fiction seeks to capture the dreadful unfolding of events on the unsuspecting people of Glasgow.
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