AIR WAR NORMANDY
Describes how the Allies air superiority over the Luftwaffe, in advance of the D-Day invasion, was won and held after the landings. Bickers describes in detail how the vital necessity of air/land cooperation was brought home to the senior officers in North Africa and how valuable that lesson was to prove later in the war. Photos.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 2783355
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