Life Under the Robot Bombs

Young, Michael
September 1944
New Republic;9/4/44, Vol. 111 Issue 10, p271
Focuses on robot-bombs that were used against Great Britain during the World War II. Condition of London, England residents in the fifth year of war; Views of British politician Herbert Morrison on pilotless planes; Fears of people related to flying bombs; Information on the destruction that these bombs can cause; Description of several reports presented by British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on destruction caused by these bombs in Great Britain.


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