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Fighting the Bombers (ePub)

Greenhill eBooks Greenhill: WWII

By Josef Kammhuber, Edited by David C Isby
Greenhill Books
File Size: 6.3 MB (.epub)
ISBN: 9781784380250
eBook Released: 14th September 2008


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"Fighting the Bombers" is an unrivaled look at the Allied bombing campaign from the point of view of the Luftwaffe establishment and command. The contributing authors were involved in all aspects of German attempts to stem the unrelenting bombardment from the RAF and USAAF -- from tactics in the sky and development of the planes themselves, to long-term strategy and planning on the ground, and the implementation of sophisticated radio and radar equipment. It provides a detailed insight into German aviation strategy and includes the writing of such notables as Messerschmitt, Galland, and von Rohden.

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About David C Isby

David Isby is a renowned military historian. He has edited Greenhill Books titles including Fighting the Invasion, Fighting the Breakout, Fighting in Normandy, Fighting the Bombers and The Luftwaffe Fighter Force.

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