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My aunt Kit and uncle Harry together with granddad Trott were bombed out when Kemp Town was raided. Other relatives nearby also suffered and we had one family of the Trott relatives living with us at Newick Road for about a year. I can also remember seeing three fighter bombers flying along the route of the railway line from the Lewes direction when Brighton Station was bombed by them. At the time I was excited at seeing those German aircraft with the distinct crosses on their wings then shortly afterwards hearing the explosions.

By Ron Spicer (20/02/2014)

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