The Effectiveness of Airpower in the 20th Century: Part Two (1939-1945)

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iUniverse, Sep 21, 2007 - History - 352 pages
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The book is the second in a series of three dealing with the demonstrated effectiveness of airpower during the 20th Century. The air forces and airpower theories of France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, the USSR and the United States are described as they operated and found their pre-war airpower theories valid or wanting when subjected to the acid test of combat. The failure of British and American precision bombing dogma is highlighted.

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