June 22, 1944

Robot Bombs Still Hitting London
LONDON, England—Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF) announced today American troops pushing toward Cherbourg in Normandy have capture several launch sites for Nazi robotic flying bombs. Two of the ramps were captured intact, while the others—reported from the front lines to number six—were damaged. Technical experts have been rushed to the sites to provide analysis for better attacking other sites. The announcement comes the same day London was hit with another wave of the so-called buzz bombs despite intensive bombing by Allied air forces of launch sites in the Pas de Calais area. Fighters from the Royal Air Force (RAF) engaged the wave of robot bombs over the English Channel, sending many of them crashing into the sea.

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