By Scott Edgar
13th October 2020
In the aftermath of The Docks Raid, Belfast realised it had a fortunate escape, in which 13 civilians died as a result of the enemy action.
The build up to The Docks Raid may date back to the Fall of France in June 1940 when the city fell within range of the Luftwaffe Bombers.
Luftwaffe Bombers set off on 7th April 1941. Bombs fell on the city of Belfast soon after midnight on 8th April 1941 before sirens sounded.
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