[Bell Historians] Bells in Prague

George Dawson george at P-W9dBXS7tYe8XbV2Eg0JgAg4fR0KPjEM12PXy3k6akNK0m5dSfyvgWkaRtR8JCOGSZ4slnhrgBxL9TiHS6VGvzq9ySACW0.yahoo.invalid
Fri Jul 30 08:38:18 BST 2010

All one has to do is to read Percy Prices Bells & Man, pages 232 to 4 to see
the extent of the confiscations in World War II.




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Referring to Dickson Love' comments re the lack of bells in Prague -  during
World War 1 the Germans removed bells from towers in Europe melted them down
and turned them into guns and other war material.  If they did it again in
WW2, this alone would account for the quiet sonorous Sunday morning in
Prague, quite.


.  Jack Cummins

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