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Quote[An] anecdote supporting the theory that wooden bombs were dropped on decoy airfields by Allied pilots comes from the diary of American journalist William L. Shirer, 'Berlin Diary: The Journal of a Foreign Correspondent 1934-1941'.On November 27, 1940, he wrote of a "funny" story he had been told, saying: "X ... says the British intelligence in Holland is working fine. Both sides in this war have built a number of dummy airdromes and strewn them with wooden planes. "X says the Germans recently completed a very large one near Amsterdam. "They lined up more than a hundred dummy planes made of wood on the field and waited for the British to come over and bomb them. "Next morning the British did come. They let loose with a lot of bombs."The bombs were made of wood."[Full article.]