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Blitz : the story of December 29, 1940
Margaret Gaskin
Adult Nonfiction D760.8.L7 G38 2006

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ContentsPage
Introduction: Like the curtain of a theatre . . . , Prelude
1 - Very Well, Alone
2 - Obdurate and cocky
3 - Practically no talk of horrors at all
4 - Old man of the tribe
5 - A leaning towards acrobatics
6 - Two opposing worlds
7 - Things had been wonderful
8 - You would not mind London at all now
9 - The Typhoid Marys, Fugue
10 - Boots on the lawn, boots on the wide stone stair
11 - Goodnight Children, Everywhere!
12 - Early English louts
13 - Great sound waves washing over the city
14 - It is going to be a warm night
15 - As light as day
16 - Burnt off like weed patches from the air
17 - Blackwall Tunnel only, mate
18 - St. Pauls must be saved at all costs
19 - A ghostly pilgrimage
20 - Like a sprig of holly on top of a Christmas pudding
21 - Many fires about tonight, old boy?
22 - The most beautiful thing I have ever seen,Chorale
23 - Poor old London
24 - Lets not look back too much, Codaenvoi: This is what weve been fighting for
Appendix A - The Arsenal of Democracy
Appendix B - What Remains Behind
Acknowledgments
Illustration Credits/County of London
Map/City Endpaper Map
Index
Select Bibliography
Notes
Index


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