Describes the hardships faced by German citizens living in the cities bombed by British and American planes during World War II, and explains how the Nazi bureaucracy kept those cities functioningThe establishment of the 15th U.S. Air Force in Italy made all of southern Germany and Austria particularly vulnerable. ... With all of this continued bombing , the Germans at home could draw little joy or comfort from the newspaper reports of the heavy Allied bomber losses. ... Both the housing itself and the furniture for those occupying it was to be as simple as possible with the major requirements beinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Under the Bombs|
|Author||:||Earl R. Beck|
|Publisher||:||University Press of Kentucky - 1999|