RAF Bomber Command night raid report No.671. Covers the period 24/25th July 1944 for attacks by the RAF on Stuttgart, the oil depot at Donges, the flying bomb launching sites at Ferfay / L'Hey and support and minor operations to Aachen, Frankfurt and Berlin. 5 x foolscap sheets that detail the targets, plan of attack, number of sorties/aircraft involved, weather forecast, day reconnaissance, results of the raids, enemy defences, enemy aircraft destroyed and Allied casualties. This information is also found in table form and there is a map showing the routes taken to/from the targets. 461 Lancasters and 153 Halifaxes (614 total) attacked the city causing the most serious damage of the war. The oil depot at Donges was devastated by 104 Lancasters and 9 Mosquitoes of 5 and 8 Groups. 7 enemy aircraft were destroyed but 11 Allied aircraft were lost to fighters on the Stuttgard raid, 1 on the Ferfay raid and 3 were lost to flak on the Donges raid. Copy No. '11'. The paper is yellowed and has dog-eared edges/corners. Interesting original documents relating to Bomber Command sorties over France and Germany. Stock code P27183-32.