For the first two years of the war, Scotland was relatively untouched by the brutal raids of the Blitz, and believed that it was beyond the range of the Luftwaffe.

But that was all to change on a moonlit night in March 1941, when 200 German bombers flew to the town of Clydebank on a mission to destroy the industrial output of the city.

Hundreds of bombs rained down on the shipyards and factories, as families cowered in the nearby tenements, but one missed its target and a building on Jellicoe Street was hit, killing 15 members of one family.

Here, those who as children hid under kitchen tables in the homes under attack relive the horrors of that night as if it happened only yesterday.Heartbreakingly moving.