Target London: Bombing the Capital 1915-2005
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Why was the East End Vulnerable in the Blitz?
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Our approach can be viewed as an extension of generalized linear models for longitudinal data that is in contrast to the generalized estimating equation approach that is semi-parametric. Key assumptions of our method include first-order ante-dependence within subjects; independence between subjects; exponential family distributions for the first outcome on each subject and for the subsequent conditional distributions; and linearity of the expectations of the conditional distributions.
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Bombing the capital, by Peter Reese Book 1 edition published in in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Peter Reese vividly describes how the destructive potential of aerial bombing and terrorist actions has increased and how Londoners have struggled to protect themselves and their city. Hope is the harvest : original insights on relationships from America's heartland by Peter Reese Book 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide.
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Related Identities. Associated Subjects. There are graphic accounts of the German raids on the city in the First World War, of the intense interwar debate about the impact of bombing, and of the ordeal that followed - the Blitz and the V1 and V2 campaigns.
He also considers in the concluding chapters more recent threats to the capital which come, not from aircraft and missiles, but from the bombing tactics adopted by terrorists, and the need for appropriate responses. Bombing the Capital Reference