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Alongside the use of RADAR in World War Two, a special wing of the RAF was set up to intercept, disrupt and 'bend' radio signals from Germany. Luftwaffe planes from Germany followed these signals in order to drop bombs effectively on their targets. Because of the untold story of the RAF 80 Wing Units, when a Nazi plane thought it was dropping bombs on London at night, it was in fact dropping them in fields in Surrey!
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