On the Darker the Night Facebook page, I've posted a couple of interesting tidbits on life in Germany during World War II.

Here is todays:
Another interesting tidbit about WWII Germany:
To illuminate their targets at night, the Allies sent planes in advance of the bombers to drop green flares. The German civilians called them “Christmas Trees” and knew that they had a only few moments to get to a shelter.

Go to https://www.facebook.com/darkerthenight/ to read more.  I'll be posting more in a few days.



05/14/2016 6:16am

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03/16/2017 8:20am

You should post more interesting facts. They are really good for promotion.

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    Lisa London is the author of the top-selling Accountant Beside You series of books to assist nonprofits with their accounting needs.
    She expanded into fiction after her neighbor mentioned being involved in the Hitler Youth. This sent Lisa on a year-long research journey and now she is completely hooked on writing fiction.

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