A Map Of All The Places London Got Bombed During The Blitz

Previously only available for viewing at England's National Archives, the 1940 census which documented every single bomb dropped on London from October 7, 1940, to June 6, 1941, is now accessible via an interactive website called Bomb Sight. For those of us who've only ever read about the Blitz in history books, it's a shocking look at what exactly the city of London endured during World War II.

And for those using an Android-based smartphone or tablet with a camera, the website will soon be offering a Bomb Sight augmented reality app which will overlay the locations of dropped bombs based on your location and what's visible on your screen. [Bomb Sight via bookofjoe]

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