Article 1: Cologne a mass of fires, pilots impression of war's greatest raid, ground defences baffled by huge bombing effort. Mentions reprisal attack on Canterbury. Sections headed: pageant-like smoothness, a perfect raid, like a beacon, empire crews, answer to Cologne. Article 2: night turned into day, hundreds of fires. Article 3: Until the goal is achieved, Bomber Command's reply to Mrs Churchill.
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