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on 18 October 2015
Good book. Arrived well
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on 4 September 2002
This book has, I think, three different parts or points of view; the first is well worth, and these is the good documentation about the theme of aerial bombing, abundant and accurate.
But the other two parts are very debatable: one is the resource and constant citation of the horrors of aerial bombing… but obtained not from reality, but from forgotten novels or fiction books of secondary popular authors today unknown; the main of these works are chaotic and terrible nightmares about wars between races, a little in the style of the feverish fantasies of the yellow hordes of Fu- Manchu or something else, there’s plenty of Death Rays, rare bombs and flying machines never seen in real life.
And finally, I find another default, and is the accusation for making war, colonial or not, to countries as England, China, France, Spain, Italy, etc. This critique I believe, is easy to do from a country as Sweden with an economy and geography that have protected it from the main conflicts of the twentieth century, but not everybody has so much luck, and even the conduct of these country during the II World War with is peculiar neutrality could at last be revised.
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