Coventry was a city in Great Britain.

In March 1941, the Seventh Doctor cited Coventry to Joachim Wolff as a name on a map which would be given "new and terrible meaning" over the remainder of World War II. (PROSE: Just War)

Coventry suffered a heavy bombing raid by the Luftwaffe during the Blitz. Rumours circulated that Winston Churchill knew the raid was going to happen but kept quiet in order to protect a secret code. (PROSE: This Town Will Never Let Us Go) Churchill admitted in his diaries to feelings of guilt regarding the city's fate. (AUDIO: Hounded)

Behind the scenes Edit

In the real world, the most infamous stage of the Coventry Blitz took place before 1941, in November 1940, although it did suffer further raids after this date.

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