AIR BATTLE FOR BURMA: Allied Pilots' Fight for Supremacy
Using veterans' firsthand accounts, this volume reveals the decisive nature of Allied airpower in inflicting the first major defeat on the Japanese Army in WWII. Air superiority allowed Allied air forces to deploy and supply Allied troops on the front line, and undertake raids deep into enemy territory with relative impunity. Photos.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 2961725
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