Bomber Command, 1939-1942
This fascinating book is the Air Ministry account of Bomber Command’s offensive against the Axis forces during the Second World War. Published in 1942 by His Majesty’s Stationery Office. London. This is one of a range of publications that were distributed during WWII. It gives detailed accounts of how Bomber Command carried out its work in campaigns such as The Battle of Flanders, why the invasion of Britain never sailed, the Battle of the Atlantic, the attack on Nazi industry and much more.
Bomber Command, 1939-1942 has 91 illustrations photographs and maps that must have given a great boost to morale, and created a sense combined effort during the uncertain days of the Second World War.
This softback book is in good condition. It is a book of over 70 years old. The cover is slightly scuffed. The inside pages are clean and bright.