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BOMB DISPOSAL NEAR ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL

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Due to the courage and tenacity of a bomb disposal section under the direction of Lieutenant R. Davies, a giant time bomb which threatened to destroy St. PaulÕs cathedral was dug out of the ground and driven away at high speed to Hackney Marshes, London, on September 15 and there exploded. Some of the bomb disposal section with Sergeant G. Wardrope, Royal Engineers, right, who risked instant death by removing the time bomb from St. PaulÕs, seen on Sept. 16, 1940 at a London barracks with some parts of other dangerous bombs they have dealt with. (AP Photo)

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