Airborne Assault on Holland: An Interim Report

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Highlights the role of airpower as the Allies attempted to penetrate the Siegfried Line and reflects the circumstances of the time. Allied airborne and glider-borne units converged on Arnhem. Unfortunately, stiff German resistance forced their eventual withdrawal. This boldly conceived operation involved the Eighth and Ninth Air Forces in a variety of missions: troop transport, fighter escort, flak neutralization, air cover, and re-supply of ground forces. Originally published shortly after key air campaigns, the Wings at War series captures the spirit and tone of America's World War II experience. Eyewitness accounts of Army Air Forces' aviators and details from the official histories enliven the story behind important AAF operations. Originally published in 1945 by HQ, Army Air Forces, Office of Assistant Chief of Staff, Intelligence, Washington, DC. This is the edition reprinted in 1992 by the Center for Air Force History, Washington, DC. 62 pages, 2 photos, 1 cover illustration, 6... More > maps.< Less
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First Edition
Merriam Press
December 3, 2007
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