IN THE AIR: Furious Week

Thousands of tons of German air bombs exploded in France and Great Britain all the last furious week at assorted hours and places. Censorship veiled a lot of the places but it was apparent that civilian centres were for the time being secondary to military objectives. The French ports of Dieppe, Le Havre and Cherbourg were harshly treated, as part of the Battle of France (see p. 20). So were R. A. F. bases on the southern British coasts.

Reciprocal tons of Allied bombs whistled down on Germany and most Allied air pilots were aloft daily for as long as...

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