'North Transept of St. Paul's Cathedral after a bomb had crashed through the roof into the crypt on the night of April 16th, 1941'. The cathedral was struck by bombs twice. Firstly on 10th October 1940 and then again on 17th April 1941. The first strike destroyed the high altar, while the second strike on the north transept left a large hole in the floor above the crypt. From The Connoisseur, 1941 edited by H. Granville Fell. [The National Magazine Co. Ltd, London, 1941]
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