Aerial Bombardment of Civilian Populations

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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor.

Copyright, 1938, Editorial Research Reports 1013 Thirteenth Street, N. W. Washington

Menace to Cities of Aerial Bombing

The conscience of the world has been shocked repeatedly during: the last six years by the killing and maiming of tens of thousands of women and children in aerial bombardments of open cities. The round-the-world flight of Howard Hughes and recent transatlantic flights including the nonstop voyage of a 24-passenger German transport plane from Berlin to New York, have brought home to civilians everywhere the realization that no city is ...

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