It did not traumatise me at all: childhood ‘trauma’ in French oral narratives of wartime bombing.
Oral History, 41 (2).
La ville éventrée; or, how bombing turned the city inside out.
The Blitz and its Legacy: Wartime Destruction to Post-war Reconstruction.
Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 17-30.
Small fish, big pond: using a single oral narrative to reveal broader social change.
Memory and History: Understanding Memory as Source and Subject.
Routledge Guides to Using Historical Sources
Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 34-49.
Relieving Sorrow and Misfortune'? State, Charity, Ideology and Aid in Bombed-out France.
Bombing, States and Peoples in Western Europe 1940-1945.
Continuum, London, pp. 75-98.
Dodd, Lindsey and Wiggam, Marc
Civil Defence as a Harbinger of War in France
and Britain during the Interwar Period.
Synergies Royaume Uni et Irlande (4).
‘Partez Partez’, Again And Again: The Efficacy of Evacuation as a Means of Protecting Children
from Bombing in France 1939-45.
Children in War: The International Journal of Evacuee and War Child Studies, 1 (6).
Dodd, Lindsey and Knapp, Andrew
'How many Frenchmen did you kill?' British bombing policy towards France (1940-1945).
French History, 22 (4).
Are We Defended? Conflicting Representations of War in Pre-War France.
University of Sussex Journal of Contemporary History (12).
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