By 1944, Britain was enjoying a period of relative calm, disturbed only by the occasional air raid. The capital city was home to Allied troops preparing for the invasion of Europe.
A week after the Normandy landings, Hitler struck back with a terrifying new weapon – the V1. Once again, London was undergoing a trial by fire, as Nazi missiles pounded the city. The Blitz had returned in a deadlier form.
Using rare archive film, this is the story of life in the war – told by those who were there.
Previously released a London’s War part 4 (NC21)