The Bombing of Nuremberg

By: Campbell, James

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London: Allison and Busby Ltd, 1973. 400 grammes; XII, 194, pages + 2 pages, listed illustrations, acknowledgements. The text is illustrated with black-and-white photography and maps. Black coloured boards with gilt writing on the spine. Bumping to the head and to the heel of the spine and to the book corners. Shelfwear to the top and bottom book edges and there is browning and foxing to the paper edges. Handling marks and light browning to the endpapers and to the internal pages. Illustrated dustwapper, by Gordon C. Davies, with white writing on the front panel and spine. Rubbing and chipping, with loss, to the dustwapper corners and to the head and to the heel of the spine. Small spits to either side of the head and the heel of the spine. Rubbing and marking to the laminate of the dustwapper. Clipping of the dustwapper, front fold over, lower right-hand corner. " On the night of the 30th-31st Mar 1944, 795 Lancasters and Halifaxes of RAF Bomber Command set out on a raid to destroy the historic city of Nuremberg. The bombers had hardly penetrated enemy territory when they flew into an ambush and, including Moonlight, were involved in a 250-mile-long running battle with the entire German Night Fighter Force. Altogether, 94 of the British bombing armada were lost over Germany, many more ditched in the sea or crashed in England, and a further 71 were heavily damaged ( 17 of them complete write-offs ). The catastrophic losses so shocked Commander-in-Chief Sir Arthur Harris back an immediate inquiry will was made into the whole strategy of the-penetration raids into Germany. Yet this action, which produce bomber command's highest ever casualty rate, has been bailed in obscurity and secrecy: hardly a word about the disaster is to be found in the official records of the RAF." -- from front fold over blurb. This book lifts the veil of secrecy. Digital image available upon request.. First British Edition. Black Boards. Average/Average -- Price Clipped. Illus. by Photographic. 8vo - up to 9 ¾" tall - Octavo. Military History -- Aviation.

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