Bombing, States and Peoples in Western Europe 1940-1945.
London : Continuum International Publishing Group, ©2011
Claudia Baldoli; Andrew Knapp
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|コンテンツ：||Preface and Acknowledgements; List of Illustrations; Introduction; PART I; Wartime Societies and Shelter Politics in National Socialist Germany and Britain*; The Blackout and the Idea of Community in Britain and Germany; Evacuation in Italy during the Second World War: Evolution and Management*; 'Relieving Sorrow and Misfortune'? State, Charity, Ideology and Aid in Bombed-out France, 1940-1944; PART II; The Defence of Works of Art from Bombing in Italy during the Second World War* 'The photograph my skull might take': Bombs, Time and Photography in British and German Second World War LiteratureReligion and Bombing in Italy, 1940-1945; 'Defend us from All Perils and Dangers of this Night':1 Coping with Bombing in Britain during the Second World War; PART III; The Blitz Experience in British Society 1940-1941; The Allied Air War and German Society*; Orchestrated Solidarity: the Allied Air War in France and the Development of Local and State-Organized Solidarity Movements. The True Cause of the 'Moral Collapse': People, Fascists and Authorities under the Bombs. Naples and the Countryside, 1940-194PART IV; Anglo-American Air Attacks and the Rebirth of Public Opinion in Fascist Italy*; Muted Applause? British Prisoners of War as Observers and Victims of the Allied Bombing Campaign over Germany; Criminals or Liberators? French Public Opinion and the Allied Bombing of France, 1940-1945; A Comparative Approach to Newsreels and Bombing in the Second World War: Britain, France, Germany; Postscript; Editors and Contributors; Bibliography; Index.|