Instruments of darkness: the history of electronic warfare

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Scribner, 1978 - History - 284 pages
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A non-technical approach to the history and use of electronic warfare devices, from the earliest uses of radar and electronic beacons during World War II to the current electronic countermeasures of the 1960s and 1970s

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I have to admit it; I'm a tech-freak. I love to read about the technical aspect of military aviation, weapon systems, avionics, aerodynamics and stuff like that. No victory in electronic warfare ... Read full review

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Doctoring the Beams
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The Instruments
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