Raiding the Reich, the allied strtegic bombin offensive in europe

Title:Raiding the Reich, the allied strtegic bombin offensive in europe
Author:Roger A. Freeman
Publisher:Arms and Armour
Cover Type:Hardback
Dust Jacket:Yes
Book Condition:Used
Description:World War II was marked by the Allied forces aerial bombardment of Nazi Germany. More than 50 years after the bombing campaign, much research has gone into supplying the who, when, where, and why of the subjects depicted in the pictures taken for the daily press and off the record. Breathtaking photos reveal the first operation of the Avro Manchester on February 24th and 25th, 1941, bombing a Hipper-class cruiser; the March 30th, 1941, introduction of the blockbuster bomb; squadrons preparing for the Thousand Plan rain on Bremen on June 25th, 1942; and, against regulations, on May 8th, 1945, the release of brightly colored flares in celebration of the war's ending; and over 250 more. An already fascinating subject has just become even more remarkable


Free UK mainland postage.

Accepted cardsPayPal Logo

* All books are sold as seen so if in doubt of its condition please contact us with regards to the exact conditions of a particular book.

Conditions Guide

As New: In near perfect condition.

Good: The book is in good condition, there may be slight wear and aging.

Used: The book has clearly been used and will have signs of wear and tear, those books of age with warping and light damage.

Readable: The book has vast use and damage but can still be read for pleasure, it may include torn damaged pages, issues with bindings and cover.

Poor: The book has excessive damage, possibly missing damaged pages and bindings.
clayton knight