The Strategic Bombing of Germany, 1940-1945

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CHAPTER I
1.
B. H. Liddell-Hart, The Real War 1914-1918 ( Boston: Little, Brown, 1964), pp. 313, 316-318, 398, 408, 446-447; C. R. M. F. Cruttwell, History of the Great War ( London: Granada, 1982), pp. 176, 260-261, 440, 463, 475, 513; J. E. Johnson, The Story of Air Fighting ( New York: Bantam, 1986), pp. 1-83; Arthur Hezlet, Aircraft and Seapower ( New York: Stein and Day, 1970), pp. 24-103. See, however, David Divine, The Broken Wing ( London: Hutchinson, 1966), p. 137.
2.
Raymond Fredette, The Sky on Fire: The First Battle of Britain, 1917-1918 ( New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966), pp. 5, 7, 30-33; Douglas Robinson, The Zeppelin in Combat ( London: G. T. Foulis, 1962); Douglas Robinson, Giants in the Sky, rev. ed. ( Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1979), pp. 84-142.
3.
Fredette, Sky on Fire, pp. 37-218, 231-237, 261; Robinson, Zeppelin in Combat, p. 348; Charles Webster and Noble Frankland, The Strategic Air Offensive against Germany, ( London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1961), vol. 1, pp. 43-47; Cruttwell, History of the Great War, pp. 497-498; Barry D. Powers, Strategy without Slide Rule ( London: Croom Helm, 1976), pp. 52-74, 107-109. But see Divine, Broken Wing, pp. 136-137, and Basil Collier , A History of Air Power ( New York: Macmillan, 1974), p. 74, for arguments that the airplane attacks were not profitable for the Germans.
4.
Powers, Strategy Without Slide Rule, p. 90.
5.
Fredette, Sky on Fire, pp. 199-200, 221-227; Webster and Frankland, Strategic Air Offensive, vol. 1, pp. 40-41, 44-47; Powers, Strategy without Slide Rule, pp. 80, 90-103; Lee Kennett, A History of Strategic Bombing ( New York: Scribner's, 1982), pp. 27-33.
6.
Malcolm Smith, British Air Strategy between the Wars ( Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984), pp. 14, 28-31, 58-71, 74; Powers, Strategy without Slide Rule, pp. 122-134, 148-149, 155-157, 171-173, 188-189; Kennett, History of Strategic Bombing, pp. 45-76; Fredette, Sky on Fire, pp. 231-234, 240-243; Webster and Frankland, Strategic Air Offensive, vol. 1, pp. 47-48, 60-64; Divine, Broken Wing, pp. 156-179, 185.
7.
Smith, British Air Strategy, pp. 77, 82, 109-110, 114-115, 137, 144, 153-154, 160-161, 164-165, 169-174, 179-195, 214-218, 229-230, 253-257; Webster and Frankland, Strategic Air Offensive, vol. 1, pp. 75-88.

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