THE AERIAL WAR, 1939-1945: The Role of Aviation in World War II
Tells the fascinating story of how the Allied and Axis powers developed the idea of war in the air before World War II. From very limited use in World War I, Baker shows how new technology, tactics and planning were initiated in the intervening decades. By 1939, air power was considered an intrinsic part of military strategy. Photos.
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Item #: 3975037
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