Air Raids, Structures and A.R.P. in Barcelona Today

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Air Raids, Structures and A.R.P. in Barcelona Today

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Air Raids, Structures and A.R.P. in Barcelona Today
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Helsby, Cyril

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THIS paper is a record of the writer’s observations made in Barcelona and a comparison of them with his opinions regarding Britain’s position in the event of our being exposed to attacks by hostile aircraft. Cyril Helsby

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