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  • Bombs Bursting in Air (1939) by George Fielding Eliot
    The Influence of Air Power on International Relations
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      Bombs Bursting in Air, by George Fielding Eliot
      1. Bombs Bursting in Air by George Fielding Eliot
      The New Republic
      , August 16, 1939, p. 51
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      (Review)
      Bombs Bursting in Air, by George Fielding Eliot
      1. Bombs Bursting in Air by George Fielding Eliot
      The Nation
      , July 1, 1939, p. 21
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      (Review)
      Bombs Bursting in Air, by George Fielding Eliot
      1. Bombs Bursting in Air by George Fielding Eliot
      The Saturday Review
      , June 17, 1939, p. 6 - PDF
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