The Air War: World War II Chronicles
by Bernard C. Nalty
World War II launched a new era in military history one in which air power played a decisive role in warfare for the first time. In The Air War, military historian Bernard Nalty paints a vivid picture of how the bombers and fighters of the Allied and Axis powers influenced the outcome of the conflict. Plentiful maps and illustrations clarify the lines of battle from London to Berlin, and from Pearl Harbor to Nagasaki. With an introduction by series editor Lieutenant Colonel Roger Cirillo, United States Army, Retired, The Air War offers a thorough yet accessible view of the action in the air during the most all-encompassing conflict of the twentieth century.
128 pgs w/index, HB w/dust jacket, 10.50x10.25, b&w and color photographs.