Air Space Smithsonian

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Chinnery leads you through the endless rows of fighters, bombers and
reconnaissance aircraft layed to rest at Davis Monthan 112 pgs.. 156 rotor 1
GERMAN ... Inside is Bomber Command, the story of American bombers in WWII,
and Fighter Command, the story of the American fighters that escorted them.
Each cover the ... 143 pgs., 294 color ill THE FIRST JET The History LUFTWAFFE
SECRET PROJECTS S. IM1UI MM INI r 1 A Luftwaffe Secret Wagner. Subtitled:
The First Jet Aircraft ...

United States Naval Institute Proceedings

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Four years ago the British Government told the world of the part played in the
Battle of Britain by radiolocation (or radar as it is now called) which enabled
squadrons of fighters to be maneuvered into position for battle as soon as the ...
where once a mile or even several miles was the smallest margin; methods by
which bombing could be controlled from the ground many miles away, or
equipment carried complete in the aircraft to give a moving map of the country
below, even in ...

Aircraft

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By Stanley Brogden JET FIGHTERS, by Michael Taylor (published by Hamlyn)
THE proliferation of books about military aircraft — particularly the coffee- table
variety — makes any reviewer suspicious of a large newcomer, but this one
derives purpose from the mere fact that it was ... BOOKS will be published for the
rest of this century, and probably longer, which will debate claims that the British
and American attacks on Germany were the major factor in winning the German
war.

The New Encyclopaedia Britannica

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Planned research and development The ULTRA project The V-2 rocket The
Manhattan Project The rival Poles Plan for the invasion ... The Soviets managed
to tum out 136,800 aircraft and 102,500 tanks by 1945, surpassing the Germans
in both. ... bombing intensified. By 1944, naval ordnance production was more
than five times that of 1941 and aviation more than four and a half times. The
Japanese, like the Nazis, exploited their conquered peoples and even more than
the Nazis ...

The Saturday Evening Post

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No commitments, political or otherwise, were ever exacted from the Russians in
bargaining for American products. Some observers ... But it was hoped and
expected— President Roosevelt made no secret of it—that this gesture of good
faith would break down Russian reserve, suspicion and secretiveness, with two
important results. One, we aspired to ... By last July we had shipped to our
Communist Ally about 10,000 fighter planes, 4000 bombers, 400,000 trucks and
7500 tanks. Also ...

The New Encyclop Dia Britannica Macrop Dia

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The Soviets managed to turn out 136,800 aircraft and 102,500 tanks by 1945,
surpassing the Germans in both. The centrally directed ... Once again, precise
operational planning permitted Japan to increase weapons production steadily
from the inception of a full war economy in 1942 to early 1945, when U.S.
bombing intensified. By 1944 naval ordnance ... But the fact that attacking Pearl
Harbor would "awaken a sleeping giant" was lost on Japanese planners. By
1944 military ...

Thor S Legions

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Weather Support to the U.S. Air Force and Army, 1937-1987 John Frederick
Fuller. maua, and Sgt. Edward L. Manak and Cpl. George O. Meade at Lae. The
attackers met no resistance on the ground, but Japanese aircraft appeared.
Eighty planes from Rabaul10 were delayed by the fog over New Britain that
Kenney's weathermen had predicted. Subsequently, after interception by
Kenney's fighters, some made it through to inflict damage on the landing craft. On
September 5, weather ...