BATTLE OF BERLIN 1943-44: Bomber Harris' Gamble to End the War
In this fascinating work, Worrall explains how strategy, politics, and area-bombing theory set in motion this brutal air campaign, Bomber Command's tactics and the Luftwaffe's response, and why chief of RAF Bomber Command, Arthur Harris's plan ultimately failed. Well illustrated, some color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 3733130
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