Belfast Telegraph

Monday 22 December 2014

Your memories of Blitz wanted

Testimony Films is making a documentary commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Blitz during the Second World War and want to hear from anyone who remembers the bombing raids in Belfast.

Two hundred bombers of the Luftwaffe attacked Belfast in 1941. Nearly 1,000 people died as a result and even more were injured.

Have you any memories of the Blitz? Perhaps you or your family were injured or survived a near-miss; perhaps you lost a loved-one or your home; perhaps you were involved in the emergency services, or maybe you were a child.

If you have stories to tell, contact me in confidence on 0117 925 8589, email emily.sivyer@testimonyfilms.com or write to Blitz Appeal, Testimony Films, 12 Great George Street Bristol, BS1 5RH

EMILY SIVYER

Testimony Films, Bristol

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