To Command the Sky: The Battle for Air Superiority Over Germany, 1942-1944

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This study draws from both American and German sources to show how the US Army Air Forces cleared the way for the successful Allied invasion of France. In 1944 a revitalized American leadership abandoned the unsuccessful approach of strategic bombing and instead focused on air superiority, practically chasing the enemy out of the sky and eliminating GermanyAs supply of trained pilots. Examining the people, technologies, command decisions, and key events of the war over Germany, the authors prove conclusively that the ...

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