A History of Bombing

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Granta, 2001 - Bombing, Aerial - 224 pages
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"On 1 November 1911, Lieutenant Cavarotti leaned out of the cockpit of his delicate aircraft, and, holding a Hassen handgrenade, began one of the most devastating military tactics of the 20th century: aerial bombing. A fascinating history of the development of air power, bombs, and the laws of war and international justice."

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User Review  - Eric Randolph - Goodreads

A work of true genius: it's unique labyrinthine structure is gimmicky but fun, while the mix of memoir, literature review and history is fascinating, ironic, furious and infuriating -- providing a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Brooks - Goodreads

The book is divided into 399 sections, ordered mostly by chronology, and at the end of most of those is an arrow pointing you to the next suggested section. The path jumps around a fair bit through ... Read full review

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