Still in the early days of her nursing training Hilda warmed the beds on the evening of 3 March 1943 ready to receive the injured, though she was puzzled that she had not heard any bombs dropping. No living casualties arrived that night, only dead bodies brought in because there was no more room in the mortuary. The nurses were sent to bed, there was nothing they could do.
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