5 edition of Air War Bibliography, 1939-1945 found in the catalog.
Air War Bibliography, 1939-1945
Myron J., JR. Smith
December 1982 by M A/A H Publishing .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||162|
Select Bibliography: Royal Air Force. Button, Kerri. "The Forgotten Years: The Formation of the th (Newfoundland) Squadron, RAF, " Unpublished BA (Hons) thesis, Filed under: World War, -- Campaigns -- Bibliography United States Army in World War II, Master Index: Reader's Guide II (supersedes Reader's Guide I from ; Washington: Office of the Chief of Military History, Dept. of the Army, ), ed. by Stetson Conn (page images at HathiTrust). The item The U.S. Army Air Forces in World War II: hitting home: the air offensive against Japan, Daniel L. Haulman represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library. The First War in the Air, The U.S. Government and the Airplane, Charles A. Lindbergh and American Aviation The Battle of Britain, The Air War in Europe, The Air War in the Pacific, The Enola Gay and the First Atomic Bomb The Minority Experience in Aviation The Culture of Aviation in the 20th Century.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Myron J. Air war bibliography, Manhattan: Aerospace historian, © RICHARD J. OVERY,is a professor of modern European history at King’s College, London.
An award-winning historian, he has published numerous other books on World War II, including Why the Allies Won; The Battle of Britain: The Myth and the Reality; Interrogations: The Nazi Elite in Allied Hands, ; and Russia’s War: A History of the Soviet War Effort, –Cited by: When a historian of the stature of Mr.
Overy writes about the air war in Europe (), one must read it. Not for the faint of heart ( pages), the book is worth the price for the bibliography alone though with his typical thoroughness, the author lays to rest any myths about the bombing campaigns of both the Axis and the Allies in WW/5().
Beck, Earl R. The European Home Fronts, – Harlan Davidson, ,; Bohm-Duchen, Monica. Art and the Second World War (Princeton University Press; ); Costello, John.
Love, Sex, and War: Changing Values, – US title: Virtue under Fire: How World War II Changed Our Social and Sexual Attitudes Geyer, Michael and Adam Tooze, eds.
() The Cambridge History of the. The strategic air war against Germany, report of the British Bombing Survey Unit Responsibility with forewords by Sir Michael Beetham and John W. Huston. -- (War/peace bibliography series ; #) ZI7 S63 Vol. 3 has foreword and selected chronology by Lloyd W.
Garrison. Contents: v. Intelligence, propaganda and psychological warfare, resistance movements, and secret operations, -- v. Australia in the War of – is a volume official history series covering Australian involvement in the Second World series was published by the Australian War Memorial between andmost of the volumes being edited by Gavin Long, who also wrote three volumes and the summary volume The Six Year War.
In contrast to the Official History of Australia in the War of Genre: Military history. Chaz Bowyer, arguably the most authoritative air historian of his generation, tackles the broad sweep of air operations in 1939-1945 book European theatre in this book.
Initially, the Luftwaffe attempted to dominate the skies, and very nearly succeeded. The valiant defence of the UK by the RAF in the Battle of Britain ranks among the greatest feats of arms in our country's history.
The Air War, (), sophisticated standard interpretation, covering all major countries Werrell, Kenneth P. "The Strategic Bombing of Germany in World War II: Costs and Accomplishments," Journal of American History 73 () ; good place to start.
U.S. Marine Corps World War II Order of Battle: Ground and Air Units in the Pacific War, By Gordon L. Rottman Greenwood Press, Read preview Overview A-Train: Memoirs of a Tuskegee Airman By Charles W. Dryden University of Alabama Press, It has two sections on the air war; one is the first-person of memories of a tail gunner and the other is an evaluation of the effectiveness of the European bombing campaign.
Just a good reference on the whole war. Craven, Wesley Frank and Cate, James Lea (eds.); The Army Air Forces in World War II (7 vols.); The Office of Air Force History, The cultural legacy of the air war on Germany is explored in this comparative study of two bombed cities from different sides of the subsequently divided nation.
Contrary to what is often assumed, Allied bombing left a lasting imprint on German society, spawning vibrant memory cultures that can be traced from the s to the present. Vietnam War. War in the Shallows: U.S. Navy Coastal and Riverine Warfare in Vietnam By Sea, Air, and Land.
The U.S. Navy and the Vietnam War (series) 1.) The Approaching Storm: Conflict in Asia, 2.) Nixon’s Trident: Naval Power in Southeast Asia, 3.) The Battle Behind Bars: Navy and Marine POWs in the Vietnam. Quite literally ""the first general history of the air war to appear in English""-add not merely a chronological replay.
In the early chapters, Overy (King's College, London) provides operational accounts of the air-forces' role in Europe up to American entry, and after; and in the Pacific.
Then, and most exceptionally, he deals separately with all facets of the air war: planning, organization. Originally published in and still the best one-volume aerial history of World War II, Richard Overy's classic work remains profound and highly origi-nal.
Far from just an account of the various air battles, Professor Overy treats the air war as a complex and fascinating historical web, woven out of grand strategy, economic mobilization, the recruitment of science, and the nature of 5/5(1). %T The Bombing War: Europe %A Overy, Richard %I Allen Lane %D %O hardcover, bibliography, notes, index %G ISBN %P pp.
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World War, -- Aerial operations, Military history, Modern -- 20th century, World War,Military history, Modern Publisher New York: Stein and DayPages: The War At Sea: A Naval Atlas,is a mammoth undertaking. Within its pages author Marcus Faulkner covers most of the naval engagements of the Second World War, as well as amphibious landings, convoys, sieges, skirmishes and sinking’s with detailed color maps and a.
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Sharpe. "Swords into Ploughshares: The Legacy of the Military Occupation of Newfoundland, - ". The publication of The Air War, in immediately and permanently altered the way that historians have examined the nature of aerial warfare during World War II.
Overy’s ingenious examination of the global nature of planning, building, deploying, and utilizing air forces remains the finest overall study of the topic more than a. How the War Was Won Air-Sea Power and Allied Victory in World War II Fighting the Second World War ‘This is a book anyone interested in the Second World War will want to read.
It refocuses the story of the war away from the battlefield, to the air and the sea, and also to the transit depot, the maintenance facility, the training base Cited by: 7. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press British Bombing Survey Unit. The strategic air war against Germany report Brittain, Vera Seed of Chaos Miller, Donald L.
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Australia in the War of – is a volume official history series covering Australia's involvement in the Second World series was published by the Australian War Memorial between and Most volumes in the series were edited by Gavin Long, who also wrote three volumes in the series and the summary volume The Six Year War.
In contrast to the Official History of Followed by: Australia in the Korean War – The multivolume set by Dennis Richards, The Royal Air Force, (London, ), is somewhat dated but still useful. Richard Overy's The Air War, (London, ) represents a new departure; and while it contains several small errors, it puts the air war into a much larger perspective than most historians have been willing to address.
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The right of the line: the Royal Air Force in the European war, [John Terraine]. Military History A Selected Bibliography This bibliography is derived from the substantial literature on European and Ameri-can military history.
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Marine Corps World War II Order of Battle: Ground and Air Units in the Pacific War, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press. ISBNProbably the definite reference for the Marine Corps order of battle in the Second World War.
World War II Pacific Island Guide: A Geo-Military Study. Air power in the age of total war 2. The birth of air power 3. The First World War 4. The development of air power doctrine and theory 5.
Global air power 6. The war in Europe 7. The war in the Far East 8. Air power and the post-war world 9. Conclusions Bibliography Index. This book is intended as an aid to anyone examining the U.S. Marine Corps in the greatest and most destructive war in history. It may be of use to those studying the war in the Pacific in general, Marine Corps, Navy, Army, Army Air Forces, and Allied military operations, or, more specifically, amphibious and air support operations in a joint.
By Toby Dickinson Richard Overy, The Bombing War: Europe, London: Penguin, Illustrations. Maps. Bibliography. Notes. Index. xxvii + pp. Between and overcivilians were killed across Europe in aerial attacks.
Over a million more were injured. Before the outbreak of the Second World War, claims had been made in. Bombing the European Axis powers: a historical digest of the combined bomber offensive, / Richard G.
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