THE CITY THAT WOULD NOT DIE: The Bombing of London May 10-11, 1941
by COLLIER, Richard
New York: E.P. Dutton and Co. , 1960. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good/very good. 8vo. Black boards in original pictorial dust jacket. Very good in like DJ. Light edgewear, small chips and tears to jacket. Owner's bookplate and signature on front pastedown. Otherwise bright and clean throughout. Good and sound. 280pp.
Illustrated with photographs and map. An account of the bombing of London written by a veteran English reporter, based on around 600 interviews. (Inventory #: 19121)
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