The Bomber War: Arthur Harris and the Allied Bomber Offensive, 1939-1945

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John Murray, Jun 7, 2004 - Bombing, Aerial - 464 pages
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Robin Neillands' studies every aspect of the airborne fight against Germany in WW2. He looks at the strengths and fundamental flaws in doctrine; the technical difficulties and developments; and the day-by-day, night-by-night endurance of the crews, flying to the limit in discomfort and danger. The book includes oral history in the shape of personal accounts not only of the British but of Americans, Australians, Canadians and other Allied fliers, and also of German aircrews and civilians.

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Robin Neillands is 'one of Britain's most readable military historians' (Birmingham Post) and the author of several widely acclaimed books on the First and Second World Wars, including The Battle of Normandy, 1944; The Great War Generals on the Western Front, Eight Army and The Conquest of the Reich. He lives in Wiltshire.

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