World Battlefronts: BATTLE OF GERMANY: Until They Cry Enough

Britain was not brought to her knees by German bombers, but Germany can be brought down by Allied bombers. This is the belief of an airman with a gentle face and a furious tongue—Air Marshal Arthur Travers ("Ginger") Harris.

Air Marshal Harris is in command of Britain's mass raids. Until last February he was chief of Britain's air mission to the U.S., and he made himself highly unpopular in Washington by saying that: 1) scattered and sporadic bombing is futile; 2) concentrated striking forces can obliterate concentrated targets. Now he is practicing what...

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