Eighth Air Force: The American Bomber Crews in Britain
Aurum Press Limited, 2007 - 671 páginas
This volume looks at the history of the Eighth Air Force in Britain. It covers the individual destinies, the famous and notorious raids like Schweinfurt-Regensburg and Dresden, the social transformation of east Anglian villages by an influx of good-time Yanks, the POW camps, and the endless controversy about the ethics of bombing.
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