Who bombed the Vatican during World War II?




In the midst of World War II, a plane flies over the neutral state of Vatican City. It then goes on to drop five bombs on the world's smallest state, causing severe damage to the water tank near the railway station, as well as the offices of the governorate and the Vatican mosaic workshop.

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