- n. The series of air raids launched on various cities in Britain (not just London) by the German airforce in 1940-1. They were also known as the Baedeker Raids.
- Short for Blitzkrieg. (Wiktionary)
“Your response in Blitz is a Book on your life, with you telling people well this is true because I did this and it counts for that.”
“Blitz" is short for blitzkrieg, a German word coined in 1939 that means "lightning war.”
“Before getting to the video, know Jeffrey Blitz is only executive producing the project and Mac Carter is directing.”
“The upshot, as Angus Calder wrote in his seminal 1991 The Myth of the Blitz, is that “no archive of such abundance exists for any other ‘major event’ in British history.””
“The adult lives in our future, with his 12 year old past being our present (and the Blitz is everyone's past.)”
“His book, Into the Blitz, is an account of his experiences and observations during a trip to England and the European battlefront, including the Atlantic crossings, and his connection with and sympathy for the merchant seamen impelled him to donate to the Navy League of Canada for these brave men the entire royalties from this book.”
“The Venom & Song Blitz is NOW: Tuesday, June 22nd, 7pm EST!!”
“Mr. Netanyahu seems to say it's coz Hamas is like the Nazis and their rockets are like the Blitz, which is a bit OTT.”
“The Nazi bombardment of London known as the Blitz lasted for eight months from September 1940 until May 1941.”
“ Many buildings of central London were destroyed or damaged in air raids, called the Blitz (short for blitzkrieg), during World War II.”
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