urban-industrial love

urban-industrial

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  • The rebound after the panic and long depression of 1873 was based on the transition to an urban-industrial economy organized around great cities and their early streetcar suburbs.

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  • Most of the other Superforts went after port facilities and urban-industrial areas while five had to settle for targets of last resort.

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  • As already demonstrated, the low-level missions against urban-industrial areas permitted double the bomb loads with less wear and tear on often overstressed engines.

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  • Secondary and “last resort” targets included major ports followed by thirteen urban-industrial areas.

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  • Attacking between 4,900 and 9,200 feet, 93 percent of the B-29s struck the briefed urban-industrial area.

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  • The city was attacked numerous times, resulting in 35 percent of the urban-industrial area being destroyed.

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  • Strictly speaking, that was correct: mining choke points did nothing to reduce urban-industrial areas to smoking rubble, and there would be little to show for the effort.

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  • Yet in July, the last full month of hostilities, overall production in thirty-three urban-industrial areas reached just one-third of the 1944 peak.

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  • Other than Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the most cited criticism of U.S. bombing remains targeting urban-industrial areas.

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  • Fortunately for most residents, much of the blast was confined to the Urakami Valley, an urban-industrial area, rather than the docks and nearby city center.

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