RAF SECOND TACTICAL AIR FORCE ATTACK ON GERMAN MOTOR TRANSPORTS [Allocated Title]
Day attack by a Hawker Tempest fighter-bomber of RAF 56 Squadron on German motor transports at Wittstock, Germany. Filmed by on board cameras. Camera plane piloted by Flight Lieutenant Jim A McCairns DFC & 2 Bars MM.
The 'Blitz' – from the German term Blitzkrieg ('lightning war') – was the sustained campaign of aerial bombing attacks on British towns and cities carried out by the Luftwaffe (German Air Force) from September 1940 until May 1941.