D-DAY 1944: Air Campaign 28
Explains how air power was meant to knock out German defenses before Allied troops hit the beaches. But on an otherwise successful day, these bombing raids were a disaster. Most of the bombs fell behind their targets, leaving the German defenses intact and ready to wreak havoc among Allied troops. Photos, some in color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 1988611
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