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From June 6 to June 8, Anglo- Canadian forces tried to bash their way into Caen, and the skies filled with bombers to help them. M. M. M. S. Eighth Air Force bombers in an effort to destroy the city’s bridges across the Orne and slow German reinforcements from moving through the city. Yet for all the bombing, at least one bridge over the Orne was still intact, while concentrations of German troops were not hit. The 21st Panzers were already established north of the city and were soon joined by the 12th Panzer Division.
Bakers and butchers from Fleury delivered supplies of bread, meat, and occasional vegetables. But the conditions of life in the close, airless caves were dreadful. There was no electric light. The floors of the caves, which had been used lately for the cultivation of mushrooms, were constantly damp and muddy; there were no toilets or running water. Within days, fleas and bedbugs infested everyone; food was always in short supply; and the tension of living underground during constant bombing took a toll on the refugees.
In the afternoon, along the rue Guillaume le Conquérant, Poirier encountered a column of Canadian infantry—French Canadians—who handed out sweets and cigarettes to the bedraggled citizens of the quarter. In a gesture indicative of the continuity between pre-and postwar France that most local officials insisted upon, Poirier now withdrew from safekeeping his tricolored sash, the symbol of his municipal office, and put it on so as to be prepared to greet the British commanders. “I was overcome by emotion, for I recalled at this instant that on the morning of 18 June 1940, it was I that had the sad privilege of greeting the first German officer who arrived in Caen….
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