World War, STRATEGY: Britain's Guess

Having had German day bombing pretty well under control for several months, Britain last week took hope of mastering night bombers. (Her new secret defense one night last week shot down six German planes, another night two, another night two more—not many, but an improvement.) Meanwhile, not only were British night bombers at work as usual—chiefly on the submarine base at Wilhelmshaven—but British bombers continued their sporadic day raids begun fortnight ago, blasting invasion ports, airdromes in France, German coastal shipping wherever it was found.

Adequate reason for these new British efforts...

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