Goering Over England

Brailsford, H. N.
October 1940
New Republic;10/7/40, Vol. 103 Issue 15, p471
Presents the account of the author on the impact of the World War II on Great Britain. Description of the conditions in London during air raids conducted by German bombers; Details of the devastation caused by the air raids; Impact of the war on the railway; Visit of the author to the industrial city in the Midlands that had endured the heaviest attacks; Assessment of the vigilance and rescue work undertaken by air wardens, the fire brigade and the Red Cross.


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