THE U.S. STRATEGIC BOMBER

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160 pages - 1975 - Used, mint condition
This very interesting book, which contains photographs and maps, depicts the development of the U.S. strategic bomber and its employment during the Second World War.

Characteristics

Book cover finish Canvas finish, Bradel, Hardcover ( square back binding )
Special feature Dust jacket
Condition Used, mint condition
Number of pages 160
Published date 1975
Language English
Collection / Series Macdonald Illustrated War Studies
Size 17 x 23 x 2 cm
Author Roger Freeman
Editor Macdonald & Co. ( Publishers ) Ltd.

Description

( … ) This book deals primarily with the development of the U.S. strategic bomber and its employment during the Second World War. The policies and planning of the pre - war period, together with technical developments, that preceded the vast U.S. bomber fleets sent against Germany and Japan, are described in the opening chapters. Aircraft, equipment and tactics employed in the bombing missions over Europe and Asia are detailed, followed by comprehensive coverage of all the strategic campaigns of the war. Appendices have much statistical information plus tables of units and command personalities. 

À PROPOS DE CET AUTEUR
Roger Freeman

Roger A. Freeman ( May 11th, 1928 - October 7th, 2005 ) grew up on the family farm in Dedham ( Essex, England ). 


In 1943, Martin B - 26 Marauder bombers of the U.S. Eighth Air Force’s 386th Bomb Group arrived at Boxted airfield - less than two miles away - sparking Freeman’s lifelong fascination with the wartime U.S.A.A.F. operating from Britain. 


After the war, Roger A. Freeman began to impart his knowledge about the wartime U.S.A.A.F. with articles for aviation magazines and started to collate material for his planned book. The book, entitled The Mighty Eighth, was an instant success and has been translated into several languages. 


His overall output of some 60 books also included works about the wartime Royal Air Force, individual aircraft studies, airfield histories and profiles of U.S.A.A.F. units. 


( source : Wikipedia ) 

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