BATTLE OF EUROPE: There Is No Haven

From their sunny cabins in the sky, U.S. Eighth Air Force bombardiers last week pinpointed targets in East Prussia, Pomerania, Occupied Poland. It meant: 1) there is no haven in any part of Germany for bomb-sick Nazis, either by day (U.S.) or by night (R.A.F.) and 2) the German fighter force has been pushed farther & farther inland, its elasticity about gone. Some American bombs fell on Danzig, already bombed by the Red Air Force. The cost: 29 U.S. bombers, 91 German fighters.

Day before, when the Eighth went to Bremen, Fortresses, Liberators...

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