World: The Mission of Ector Bolzoni

When the Major stood up and said: "Our target today is one of great importance; Rome has never been bombed," Ector Bolzoni felt queer. It was a little hard for Lieut. Bolzoni to take in all the details of the briefing. He was thinking of the day in October 1941, when he applied to enter the Air Forces and was called before the examining board and asked: "How would you feel, and how would your family feel, if you were ordered to bomb Rome?" He had said that day: "I'm going into the Army...

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