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However that attack was not an error. Three vessels nearing completion at Harland and Wolff's were hit as was its power station. Wave after wave of bombers dropped their incendiaries, high explosives and land-mines. When incendiaries were dropped, the city burned as water pressure was too low for effective firefighting. Burke Street which ran between Annadale and Dawson streets in the New Lodge area, was completely wiped off the map with all its 20 houses flattened and all of the occupants killed. In the mistaken belief that they might damage RAF fighters, the seven anti-aircraft batteries ceased firing.
But the RAF had not responded. Fifty-five thousand houses were damaged leavingtemporarily homeless. Outside of London, with some dead, this was the greatest loss of life in a night raid during the Blitz.
Another attacked Bangorlookinb five. By Coventry married women looking in tallinn am the entire city seemed to be gallinn flames. Brooke noted in his diary "I gave him authority as it is obviously a question of expediency". Fortunately, the railway telegraphy link between Belfast and Dublin was still operational. The telegram was sent at 4: Fifty-thousand houses, more than half the houses in the city, were damaged. Eleven churches, two hospitals and two schools were destroyed. These figures are based on newspaper reports of the time, personal recollections and other primary sourcessuch as: There are other diarists and narratives.
Brian Barton of Somen University, Marrriedhas written most on this topic. January Learn how and when to remove this template message There were few bomb shelters. An air raid shelter on Hallidays Road received a direct hit, killing all those Coventgy it. Many people who were dug out of the rubble Cocentry had taken shelter underneath their stairs and were fortunate that their homes had not received a direct hit or caught fire. In the New Lodge area people had taken refuge in a mill. Tragically 35 were crushed to death when the mill wall collapsed. In another building, the York Street Mill, one of its massive sidewalls collapsed on to Sussex and Vere Streets, killing all those who remained in their homes.
Major O'Sullivan reported that "In the heavily 'blitzed' areas people ran panic-stricken womsn the streets and made for the open country. As many were caught in the open by blast and secondary missiles, the Casual sex dating in lincoln ne 68516 number of casualties can be readily accounted for. It is perhaps true inn many saved their lives running but I am afraid a much greater number lost them or became casualties. The crypt under the sanctuary and the cellar under the working sacristy had been fitted out and opened to the public as an air-raid shelter.
Prayers were said and hymns sung by the mainly Protestant women and children during the bombing. Mortuary[ edit ] The mortuary services had emergency plans to deal with only bodies. Two hundred and fifty-five corpses were laid out in St George's Market. Many bodies and body parts could not be identified. Great War casualties had died in hospital beds, their eyes had been reverently closed, their hands crossed to their breasts. Death had to a certain extent been It was solemn, tragic, dignified, but here it was grotesque, repulsive, horrible. No attendant nurse had soothed the last moments of these victims; no gentle reverent hand had closed their eyes or crossed their hands.
With tangled hair, staring eyes, clutching hands, contorted limbs, their grey-green faces covered with dust, they lay, bundled into the coffins, half-shrouded in rugs or blankets, or an occasional sheet, still wearing their dirty, torn twisted garments. Death should be dignified, peaceful; Hitler had made even death grotesque. I felt outraged, I should have felt sympathy, grief, but instead feelings of revulsion and disgust assailed me. O'Sullivan felt that the whole civil defence sector was utterly overwhelmed.
Heavy jacks were unavailable. He described some distressing consequences, such as how "in one case the leg and arm of a child had to be amputated before it could be extricated. He spoke with Professor Flynn, Theodore Thomson Flynnan Australian based at the Mater Hospital and father of actor Errol Flynnhead of the casualty service for the city, who told him of "casualties due to shock, blast and secondary missiles, such as glass, stones, pieces of piping, etc. His report concluded with: Many "arrived in Fermanagh having nothing with them only night shirts". Ten thousand "officially" crossed the border. Over received care from the Irish Red Cross in Dublin.
The town of Dromara saw its population increase from to 2, In NewtownardsBangor, Larne, CarrickfergusLisburn and Antrim many thousands of Belfast citizens took refuge either with friends or strangers. The refugees looked dazed and horror stricken and many had neglected to bring more than a few belongings Any and every means of exit from the city was availed of and the final destination appeared to be a matter of indifference. Train after train and bus after bus were filled with those next in line. At nightfall the Northern Counties Station was packed from platform gates to entrance gates and still refugees were coming along in a steady stream from the surrounding streets Open military lorries were finally put into service and even expectant mothers and mothers with young children were put into these in the rather heavy drizzle that lasted throughout the evening.
On the 17th I heard that hundreds who either could not get away or could not leave for other reasons simply went out into the fields and remained in the open all night with whatever they could take in the way of covering. Moya Woodside  noted in her diary: Roads out of town are still one stream of cars, with mattresses and bedding tied on top. Everything on wheels is being pressed into service.