U.S. At War: The Bombers are Growing

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The world has not yet seen, felt nor imagined the full and awful might of air power. When the Nazi flattened Warsaw with his bombers while his Stukas were ripping the bewildered 1918-model Polish Army to bloody shreds, the world thought it was hearing air power's last word. When the air-powered Blitzkrieg snatched Norway and plowed through the Low Countries and France, laymen and many ground soldiers thought they had seen the military Apocalypse.

Airmen who looked ahead knew better. They knew that Hitler's terrifying show, well-done as it was, could be...

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