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Zeppelin bomb damage in Baytree Road Brixon, home of an 8-year-old Max Wall.<br />
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The sheer devastation wreaked on Britain by German air raids in the 'forgotten' first Blitz of World War One has been revealed 100 years on.<br />
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The terrifying aerial attacks marked a frightening new era of warfare as Germany demonstrated the brutal force of their technologically advanced airships to catastrophic success.<br />
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For three years the Zeppelins came and went as they pleased - and their destructive bombing missions have now been plotted for the first time ever in a new book marking their centenary.<br />
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Military historian Ian Castle's incredible maps form part of his book The First Blitz: Bombing London in the First World War, which remembers the first time the capital came under attack from the skies a century ago.