Born in 1938 I lived at 9 Stokenchurch Road, Wandsworth throughout the war. In 1944 the siren sounded and we trooped out to our Anderson shelter in the back garden. Miss Lamb lived on the top floor didn't bother she told us later that she looked out of the window and saw a VI doodlebug coming towards the house. The engine cut-out and it started to glide. At the last minute it veered off skimmed over the rooftops and exploded two streets away. A lucky break for her and us. I was able to go to school next day and collect shrapnel on the way and ask passing Yanks if they had 'Got any gum chum?'