Blind Bombing, published by Potomac Books, an imprint of the University of Nebraska Press, for a non-technical readership, captures the World War II invention and technological innovations that changed forever the very nature of combat.
From the invention of gunpowder in the ninth century to the airplane, tank, radar, and atom bomb in the 20th, innovation has often been a catalyst for victory. The unification of aircraft and radar during the second world war provided the nail in the Nazis’ coffin for the Allie forces.
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