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Over the Wire

Odessa Falls to Nazis

By United Press

LONDON (Thursday)--A town in the western part of the heavily-bombed Midlands was under savage attack last night and early today by waves of Nazi bombers who swept upon it at two and three minute intervals and caused major damage and casualties.

Coventry and Birmingham, victims of some of the worst fury of Adolf Hitler's Luftwaffe, are in the western part of the industrial Midlands.

Nazi raiders returning to the attack after three days of respite forced by bad weather, also swept in simultaneously from several sides upon London but the attack was minor compared with the Midlands bombing.

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