What Britain Has Done: September 1939 - 1945 a Selection of Outstanding Facts and Figures

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In this astonishing portrait of a society at total war, we learn: the total casualties sustained by the UK up to the beginning of May 1945 amounted to close on one million. Of this total 746,109 were suffered by the Armed Forces (228,383 killed, 59,476 missing, 274,148 wounded and 184,102 prisoners of war). Between November 1943 and March 1944, Berlin was the most heavily bombed city in the world, well over 33,000 tons of bombs having been dropped on it by the R.A.F. alone. During the first 4 weeks of the continental ...

What Britain Has Done: September 1939 - 1945 a Selection of Outstanding Facts and Figures 2007, Atlantic Books, London

ISBN-13: 9781843546801

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