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CONTENTS I. THE BEGINNING "In the perspective of history, the Lesson of London may be that 'Black Saturday', September 7th, 1940 was as significant in its own way--as Bastille Day, July 14th, 1789." II. PREPARING FOR WAR "Men tend their gardens undisturbed" III. SEPTEMBER 7, 1940 "Everything looked liked fairyland" IV. THE SECOND RAID "The peace was shattere" V. CIVIL DEFENSE "You just headed for the glow in the sky" VI. PICKING UP THE PIECES "It almost broke our hearts" VII. THE PEOPLE'S WAR "It's our nerve versus his" VIII. AN IDEAL BUT IMPERMANENT CITY "Whoever gets it next, it won't be you" IX. CONCLUSION "Our power to cope with fear"
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
World War, 1939-1945 -- England -- London.
London (England) -- History -- Bombardment, 1940-1941.