It's largely forgotten that there were raids on civilians during the First World War. Timewatch investigated, and viewers shared their own memories.
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Timewatch: The first blitz - debate
The Open2 community was inspired by Timewatch's report into the blitz during the first world war.
Originally published: Tuesday, 30th January 2007
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