Targeting the Reich: Allied Photographic Reconnaissance Over Europe, 1939-1945 Hardcover – 5 Mar 2003
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Reconnaissance was the key to air power in World War II and, inevitably, the Allied campaign to destroy Germany's means of waging war depended on an accurate of the identity and precise location of each particular target. The best way of obtaining such information from occupied Europe was by aerial photography. This valuable book, compiled and arranged by the leading authority on World War II aviation, brings together some of the most fascinating results of those aerial sorties over Europe. It includes more than 150 clear and precise photographs of targets - whether factories, railway yards, warships or troop concentrations - and Dr Price's captions to each image describe the significance of each picture and expose some of the clues which reveal the target's significance. Targeting the Reich is an authoritative and enthralling study of aerial warfare and a key to understanding the importance of reconnaissance in the gruelling campaign to bomb Germany into submission.
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