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The Berlin Raids By Martin. Middlebrook

The Berlin Raids
by Martin. Middlebrook

Between the end of August 1943 and the end of March 1944, RAF Bomber Command carried out a sustained offensive against Berlin, 19 major attacks being made. It was the climax of the RAF's effort to knock Germany out of the war by the strategic bombing of cities.
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The Berlin Raids: R.A.F. Bomber Command Winter 1943/44 by Martin. Middlebrook

Between the end of August 1943 and the end of March 1944, RAF Bomber Command carried out a sustained offensive against Berlin, 19 major attacks being made. It was the climax of the RAF's effort to knock Germany out of the war by the strategic bombing of cities. Although much damage was caused in Berlin, the results of the bombing were not decisive. Bomber Command on the other hand, suffered a major defeat. A total of 619 aircraft and crews were lost in the raids on Berlin alone, with many other aircraft crashing on return to the UK. At the end of the battle of Berlin, Bomber Command was switched to support the invasion and the "bomber dream" - that the RAF alone could knock Germany out of the war - was over.

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GOR001247189
The Berlin Raids: R.A.F. Bomber Command Winter 1943/44 by Martin. Middlebrook
Martin. Middlebrook
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Penguin Books Ltd
1990-03-29
432
0140081461
9780140081466
N/A
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