|Sopwith Camel and airship gondola in FWW gallery|
|Charred map of London from L31|
Croydon during the war. The main information here is to do with the war in the air on the frontlines and the aerial attacks by the German military on Britain. It was news to be me, though I’d visited before, that from an aviation point of view the Battle of the Somme was a success since the British and French had control of the skies and assisted the artillery on the ground.
|Material from Zeppelin L31|
includes a charred map of London, as well as an ammunition box binoculars and a lot of fragments of the airship. It was the third airship to fall victim to the British air defences.