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Night Blitz, 1940-1941
John Ray (au)
September 1940: defeated in the Battle of Britain, the Luftwaffe launched a new campaign of attack, their target this time the civilian population. For 8 months, Luftwaffe bombers pounded industrial cities & seaports in a attempt to smash Britain’s war economy & destroy civilian morale. It was the first time a civilian population had been subject to mass attack, night after night. This study of the campaign assesses the strategies, weapons & defense tactics employed throughout the Night Blitz. Ray graphically recalls the effects of the Blitz on British cities, industry & people, month by month. Yet despite all the death & destruction, the spirit of the British people remained undaunted, even in their darkest hours. Photos.
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