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London County Council Damage 1939 1945
London County Council Damage 1939-1945 by Sally Whitehead
London County Council Damage 1939-1945 is a fascinating account of the impact of the Second World War on London. The author Sally Whitehead provides a detailed and insightful examination of the destruction caused by the bombing raids during the war and the response of the London County Council to this damage.
The book is packed with archival photographs and maps showing the extent of the damage and the areas that were worst affected. It is also full of personal stories and accounts from people who lived through the bombings providing a human perspective on the devastation caused.
Overall London County Council Damage 1939-1945 is a highly informative and engaging read for anyone interested in the history of London and the impact of the Second World War on the city. It is a poignant reminder of the resilience of the people of London in the face of such adversity and the efforts made to rebuild and restore the city in the aftermath of the war.