Wright, Silas
June 1940
Saturday Evening Post;6/1/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 49, p11
Anticipates the widespread bombing of Germany by the Allied governments. Factor that hindered Germany from bombing British ports and industry in the first months of the second World War; Demands by the British public for the bombing of Germany; Growth of public resentment and demand for retaliation against Germany.


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