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With the war over, the Americans managed to distance themselves from the public and political unease caused by bombing these cities. But RAF Bomber Command, despite its major contribution to the Allied victory and the death of over 55,000 aircrew, remains mired in controversy to the present day. This photograph shows the ruins of Hamburg in May How efficient was the Strategic Bombing …
HyperWar: Conquering the Night--Army Air Forces … The next day a reconnaissance aircraft would fly to the plotted position, if one were available, and attempt to photograph the downed enemy plane. But Tierney, Smith, and the rest of the night fighter crews were in a war that could not be stopped to tally victory credits.
It reads: “Attack—by Day and by Night. The bombers of the RAF—Stirlings, Halifaxes and Lancasters—carry out heavy night operations. Now using bombers of American air force by day.” In the summer of 1943, the daytime American and nighttime British bombing campaigns became aligned as the “Combined Bomber Offensive.” This plan
The expansion of the RAAF numbers within Bomber Command coincided with the development of the bombing offensive of 1943 and the emergence of the ... 30 Jul 2018 ... ... technology and tactics of the RAF's bomber offensive 1939 - 1945 Night and day in the Second World War RAF Bomber Command pounded ...
Minelaying operations continued too. This had always been an important but unsung part of Bomber Command’s work, and in the run-up to D-Day 2,198 sorties were flown to sow mines in enemy waters either side of the invasion corridor, and at the mouths of harbours sheltering German motor-torpedo boats (E-boats) and submarines.