WWII: Pacific Theater > Bombing of Tokyo

1945-03-09 -- 1945-03-10

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    Inferno by Edwin P. Hoyt

The firebombing raids conducted by LeMay's squadrons caused far more death than the two atomic blasts. Throughout cities built largely from wood, incendiary bombs started raging fires that consumed houses and killed hundreds of thousands of men, women and children. The survivors of the raids recount their stories in Inferno, remembering their terror as they fled to shelter through burning cities, escaping smoke, panicked crowds, and collapsing buildings.

Year: 2000
Genre: Bombing of Tokyo

    The Firebombing of Tokyo by Charles River Editors

The Firebombing of Tokyo: The History of the U.S. Air Force's Most Controversial Bombing Campaign of World War II chronicles the background of the campaign, its destruction, and its notorious legacy. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events, you will learn about the firebombing of Tokyo like never before, in no time at all.

Year: 2015
Genre: Bombing of Tokyo




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2000Inferno by Edwin P. Hoyt Non-Fiction
The Firebombing of Japan
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