> Britain had opened her first offensive in Europe since World War II began.
> For the second time in the war a major drive was being undertaken solely through the air.
Last week these two simple but significant facts became crystal clear.
Britain's bombing of Lubeck, its blasting of Rostock, its raids last, week on Kiel and Trondheim, its repeated daytime raids on Occupied France were not like the raids which the R.A.F. had made intermittently and hit-or-missly for two years. This was the Business. It differed in technique and, above all, it differed in scale from all British bombing that...