RAF BOMBER COMMAND 1939 TO 1945 OPERATIONS MANUAL
Insights into the organisation, equipment, men, machines, technology and tactics of the RAF's bomber offensive 1939 - 1945
Autore: Jonathan Falconer
Accurata analisi della storia, delle missioni e degli aerei del RAF Bomber Command durante la seconda guerra mondiale. Capitoli sull’addestramento, l’organizzazione, i preparativi dei raid, la costruzione delle basi d’aviazione, la tecnologia e le tattiche, ecc.
Night and day in the Second World War RAF Bomber Command pounded away at the infrastructure of Germany to bring the Reich to its knees.
Author Jonathan Falconer describes the Command’s complex organisation and the science, technology and engineering behind every raid: how were bomber airfields built? How were bomber crews trained? What aircraft did they fly and what weapons did they use? How was the Command organised? Who decided what to bomb? How was a raid planned, executed, and its effectiveness analysed? How were the 47,000 'missing' aircrew traced? How were damaged bombers repaired?
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