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The Blitz (Paperback)

Author:  Peter Doyle
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 074780804X
ISBN-13: 9780747808046
Sku: 213772234
Publish Date: 12/21/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5.75L x 0.2T
Pages:  56
 
May 1941: over 43,000 civilians had been killed, and over a million houses destroyed following endless nights of bombing raids. Yet London and other cities that had been targeted survived, their spirit undaunted, their people resilient.
Revisionist historians have sought to dampen the notion of the ''Blitz spirit'', but the writings and surviving records all point to a resilience that would remain unbroken, despite the death toll rising to almost 52,000 from bombing alone. Illustrated with archive photographs and other materials, and illuminated by first-hand recollections of the Blitz, this human history of the bombing raids on Britain is the perfect introduction to this dark episode in British history.
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May 1941: over 43,000 civilians had been killed, and over a million houses destroyed following endless nights of bombing raids. Yet London and other cities that had been targeted survived, their spirit undaunted, their people resilient.

Revisionist historians have sought to dampen the notion of the 'Blitz spirit', but the writings and surviving records all point to a resilience that would remain unbroken, despite the death toll rising to almost 52,000 from bombing alone. Illustrated with archive photographs and other materials, and illuminated by first-hand recollections of the Blitz, this human history of the bombing raids on Britain is the perfect introduction to this dark episode in British history.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0056
Product attributePublisher:   Shire Publications
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