Confounding the Reich: The Raf's Secret War of Electronic Countermeasures in WWII

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Pen & Sword Aviation, 2004 - History - 246 pages
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On 23 November 1943, 100 (Bomber Support) Group of RAF Bomber Command was formed. The object was to consolidate the various squadrons and units that had been fighting a secret war of electronics and radar counter-measures, attempting to reduce the losses of the heavy bombers--and their hard pressed crews--in Bomber Command. This secret war involved the use of air and ground radaris, homing and jamming equipment, special radio and navigational aids, and intruding night-fighters to seek our and destroy their opposite numbers.

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Contents

Chapter Two The Battle of Berlin
17
Chapter Three They Slay by Night
23
Chapter Seven Dare to Discover
98
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Norwich (UK)-based Martin Bowman has written several volumes on the Mosquito, plus countless works on the USAAF.

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