National Geographic : 1946 Aug
London Looks at Commons' Ruins and Remembers the Bombs, Flak, Flares, and Fires The House of Commons' chamber was struck during a five-hour moonlight blitz May 10, 1941. Though the air-raidmenace endured four years more, theM.P.'s refused to leave London. A start has been made on building their new home. Its completion will take atleast fiveyears.