Survive a WWII Air Raid
This is an article about air raid preparedness during WWII.
From the article:
AMERICA has had plenty of time to learn from the grim
experience of Europe how best to
gird its cities against the air raider.
Every bomb that spills flame
over homes and factories and
blasts stone and steel skyscrapers
into rubble has given both a warning
and a lesson in self-preservation
to this country.
Yet with thousands of miles still
intervening, insulating America
from destruction by air, few on
this side of the ocean have given
serious thought to the problems of
blackouts and bomb shelters and
Fortunately there are a handful
of men-engineers, scientists, architects,
government and private housing
experts-who have heen giving
practical thought to what would
happen if tons of explosives begin
raining on crowded American
communities like New York City
where, in the Bronx, there are
33,400 persons to the square mile...
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