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To Command the Sky: The Battle for Air Superiority Over Germany, 1942-1944
MCFARLAND, Stephen L. and Wesley Phillips Newton

Washington DC: Smithsonian, 1991. First edition First edition. Hardcover. 328 pp. with index, bibliography. Illustrated. Part of the Smithsonian History of Aviation Series, this work examines specifically the doctrine of air superiority and its success during WWII. The authors make a convincing case that the winning of air superiority--not just the success of strategic bombing--paved the way for teh Allied victory. A generally fine example, just a touch soiled at top and outer edges of the text block. In fine dust jacket. fine Hardcover (Item ID: 119469)


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