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Bomber Command: American Bombers in Original World War II Colorby Jeffrey L Ethell
Synopses & Reviews
The Bomber Command was the heart of the US Army Air Force's operations against Nazi Germany in World War II. At its peak, the USAAF boasted 2,411,294 men and women in uniform with 230,000 aircraft flown by 193,440 pilots. And statistically, there was no more dangerous place to be in World War II than in Germany.
This is the story of the USAAF in the European and Mediterranean Theatres during World War II. This book relives the excitement of the operations in first-person accounts and anecdotes and with color photograpy of the events.
Bomber Command tells the story of the USAAF in the European and Mediterranean Theaters during World War II. But instead of another gray history of armies and campaigns, this book relives the color of the operations both in terms of first-person accounts and anecdotes as well as with original World War II color photography of the events.
About the Author
Author Jeffrey L. Ethell is a veteran pilot and acclaimed aviation historian. He has written many books including Warbirds of WWII and Fighter Command: American Fighters in Original WWII Color
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