Item 34. The Great White Way / Times Square at Night
Darkens Lights under Army Air-raid Regulations
(Times Square looking north, April 29, 1942)
The familiar Broadway lights are dimmed for the remainder of World War II as Mid-town Manhattan
complies with new Army lighting restrictions designed to curtail enemy attacks on shipping.
The “dimout” was a prelude to a total blackout scheduled the next evening which affected almost
all of Manhattan from river to river bounded by Eleventh Street on the south and 123d Street on the north.
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GREAT WHITE WAY AT NIGHT ITEM #34
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