... and could be less effectively supported from the air, but would nevertheless produce the greatest political and strategic impact if it were to succeed. During the opening phase of the battle, the entire striking power of the enemy will of necessity... 7 December 1941: The Air Force Story - Page 214by Leatrice R. Arakaki, John R. Kuborn - 1991 - 214 pagesFull view
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...entire striking power of the enemy will of necessity be directed against our forces manning the coast. Only an all-out effort in the construction of fortifications,...the coasts within the short time that still appears to be left to us. ... Should the enemy nevertheless force a landing by concentrating his armed might,...