Fragment of bomb casing and nose cones, from bombs dropped in the garden of the Richards family, July/August 1940 Item Reference : cny02728
Elizabeth's house was bombed in late July or early August 1940. Luckily the bomb landed in the garden, blowing in all the doors and windows and showering the family with glass and plaster, but leaving them all unhurt. Elizabeth later found the nose cones and a piece of the bomb casing in the crater left in the garden. Elizabeth Richards lived with her parents in Trellech, Monmouthshire, throughout the Second World War.
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