Strategic Bombing in World War Two: The Story of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey

  title={Strategic Bombing in World War Two: The Story of the United States Strategic Bombing Survey},
  author={Robin D. S. Higham and David S. MacIsaac},
Proving Grounds of Urbicide: Civil and Urban Perspectives on the Bombing of Capital Cities
In the bombing of urban settlements, the main impacts have been on resident civilians, living space and non-military functions. This is shown in the bombing of London, Berlin and Tokyo in the Second
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