World War II from Above: An Aerial View of the Global Conflict

By Harwood, Jeremy

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9780760345733
Publisher
Zenith: Quarto


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Reviewed on July 1, 2014  |  Social Sciences

Harwood's (head of history and general reference publishing, Reader's Digest, UK; Dictionary of Battles) thesis is that superior photo-reconnaissance and a better understanding of the strategic use of air power was crucial to Allied victory in World War II. The Germans and Japanese showed tactical competence in aerial warfare but did not understand how air power could be used strategically to win the war. In addition, the Axis powers did not appreciate fully the value of having up...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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