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THE RISE OF THE BOMBER : RAF-ARMY PLANNING 1919-38 Delai:3 semaines MCM036

THE RISE OF THE BOMBER

RAF-Army planning 1919 to Munich 1938

Greg BAUGHEN

2015, 272 pages, format 18 x 25, 83 photos en NB, 3 cartes, texte en anglais.

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THE RISE OF THE BOMBER : RAF-ARMY PLANNING 1919-38

- The story of the first defence policy based on weapons of mass destruction

- An account of the first attempt to substitute air power for armies and navies

- The truth about how the Air Staff misled the government, deceived itself and left the country defenceless

- Based on original archive material and supplemented with many unpublished photographs

The Rise of the Bomber: RAF-Army Planning 1919 to Munich 1938, the second book in the series, author Greg Baughen uses archive material to reassess British air policy in the inter-war years. Gone is the image of a Royal Air Force starved of funds and struggling for survival against a bullying Army and Navy. Instead, Baughen describes how the Air Force set out to replace both the Army and Navy. It blocked the development of a modern air/tank strategy and won government backing for a defence policy built around the bomber – the first weapon of mass destruction. Yet the time and money invested in the policy achieved nothing. When put to the test in 1938, the equipment proved inadequate and the strategy flawed. The Air Staff had misled the government, deceived itself and left the country defenceless. Yet, all was not lost. Unintentionally, the Air Ministry had been creating the aircraft that might still save the country...

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