2. British journalism's greatest ever scoops: The Tragedy of Guernica (The Times, 1937) - Press Gazette

2. British journalism's greatest ever scoops: The Tragedy of Guernica (The Times, 1937)

A report of the destruction of the Spanish town by an air-raid which was the precursor of tactics used throughout the Second World War.

It drew the eyes of the world to the use by Germany of planes to massacre civilians.

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