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Online Sources: England/U.K. WWII
Book Sources: England/U.K. WWII
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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London was Ours by
Call Number: D760.8.L7 B38 2008
Diaries and Memoirs of the London Blitz
No Surrender by
Call Number: D805.J3
The story of William E. Johns, DSM, Chief Ordnance Artificer and how he survived after the eventual sinking of HMS Exeter in the Java Sea in March 1942
The Ultra Secret by
Call Number: D810.C88 W787 U4
"Operation Ultra was designed to intercept and decode German signals sent using Enigma, the top-secret German cypher machine. F.W. Winterbotham, was the man responsible for the organization, distribution and security of Ultra. This is his personal account of the operation. "
Tragedy at Bethnal Green
Call Number: DA587 .T73 1999
Originally published as: Report on an inquiry into the accident at Bethnal Green tube station shelter on the 3rd March, 1943. London : s.n., 1945.
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