Trauma and resilience in the Hull blitz

Tue 11 Sep • 14:00 – 15:00

Lecture Theatre 1 • Allam Medical Building

Organised by:
  • University of Hull
  • Suitable for: 16+

    During World War II, Hull was the second most blitzed city in Britain. How much of this could its people withstand? In 1940, the city became a unique government case study for resilience and survival beneath the bombs. David Atkinson describes the secret science used to pinpoint when Hull’s population would collapse.

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