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The Swoop! Or How Clarence Saved England - Part One - Chapter 6 - THE BOMBARDMENT OF LONDON Post by :Craig_Garber Category :Long Stories Author :P G Wodehouse Date :June 2011 Read :2367

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Part One, Chapter 6 - THE BOMBARDMENT OF LONDON


Thus was London bombarded. Fortunately it was August, and there was
nobody in town.

Otherwise there might have been loss of life.

 

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