Rep., 1943. 220 pp., 16 photo-plates. D.j., 22 x 15cm. Some wear to d.j. o/w V.G. Published in 1943, this book describes the role of Bomber Command during the first three years of the war. It presents a fair picture of what strategic bombing can do as well as many stories of individual adventure. Contents include Bombers v. The German Navy. Night Bombing. Strategic Bombing. The Wing-Commander’s Story. Enemy Defences. The Sergeant’s Story. Daylight Bombing. Raid Assessment. Blockade. Mines in Enemy Waters. Sea Rescue. The Campaign of ’42. Attempts and Experiments. Complications and Alterations. Progress, Success. A contemporary and important record of the service of Bomber Command in World War Two.