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Blitz and its effect on British National Identity
Angus Calder called the "myth of the blitz--one of which the people, improvising bravely and brilliantly fought of the German Luftwaffe" .The "people's war" has become the signifying concept for the Second World War (WW). During the Luftwaffe, or what is more commonly known as The Blitz (the bombing of London), civilians became combatants on the front line. The entire citizenry and resources of the nation were mobilized for a war in which over 67,500 civilians were killed . When it first gained currency in 1940 the phrase was political and strategic as well as descriptive. Probably coined…
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