Strike Hard, Strike Sure

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Many thousands of words have been written about the conception of the bomber offensive in World War II, the strategy and the tactics of Bomber Command, the choice of target systems, the method of attack, the evaluation of bombing results and the implications for the national war effort, both Allied and enemy. Surprisingly little has been written of the men who flew these bombers, who faced and sustained a loss rate never before borne by a military force of comparable size in history. Here is the story of some of those men ...

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