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Published in [Washington] .
Written in English



  • Germany.


  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Aerial operations.,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Transportation.,
  • Transportation -- Germany.

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Edition Notes

Statement[by] the United States Strategic Bombing Survey, Transportation Division.
Series[Reports. European war,, 200]
LC ClassificationsD785 .U6 no. 200
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 90 p.
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6523134M
LC Control Number47031635

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The Effects of Strategic Bombing on the German War States Strategic Bombing Survey. W. Allen Wallis. In theory Germany was a good target for strategic bombing—a highly capitalized country with large concentrations of industrial plant. Between and the end of the war the Allies delivered an unprecedented bomb tonnage over Germany. By the average monthly delivery of combined British and American forces had risen to , : Shepard B. Clough, Thomas Moodie, Carol Moodie. Germany would provide the final knockout punch. Erosion of German resistance would be accomplished through a combination of naval blockade, Russian Army onslaughts, intensive cultivation of resistance in Nazi-occupied countries, limited Anglo-American offensives with locally superior mobile forces, and a combined strategic bombing offensive. 9, The Effects of Strategic Bombing on German Transportation, p. LC CALL NUMBER: DU6 No. Also LC CALL NUMBER: DU57 Vol. VI PB (Available in TRS) Rail Operations Over the Brenner Pass, 53 p. LC CALL NUMBER: DU6 No.

  Strategic bombing, A costly, brutal failure A damning verdict on the bombing campaign in Europe during the second world war Books & arts Sep 21st edition.   The bombing campaigns were startlingly inaccurate - and this is the most important book on the second world war published this century Richard J Evans Fri . Bombing, States and Peoples in Western Europe The Bombing of Germany - Allied air-strikes and civil mood in Germany. In World War II approximately , German civilians were killed by Allied air raids. From July to January . United States Strategic Bombing Survey (European War - Summary Report)

The Transportation Plan was a plan for strategic bombing during World War II against bridges, rail centres, including marshalling yards and repair shops in France with the goal of limiting the German military response to the invasion of France in June The plan was based on those of Air Marshal Tedder and the "Overlord air plan" of Air Chief Marshal Leigh-Mallory, The plan was devised by. ~ ORIGINS OF AIR STRATEGY STRATEGIC BOMBING IN WORLD WAR I1 2 See U.S.S.B.S., The Effects of Strategic Bombing on the German War Economy (Item #3 for European War), especially pp. See also Klein, 0p.d. I I of Allied attack, which in averaged under 6, tons monthly, rose in to an average of , tons monthly-. The effects of strategic bombing on the German war economy. Author: United States Strategic Bombing Survey: Note: [Washington]: Overall economic effects division, Link: page images at HathiTrust: No stable link: This is an uncurated book entry from our extended bookshelves, readable online now but without a stable link here. About this Book Catalog Record Details. The effects of strategic bombing on German morale v United States Strategic Bombing Survey. View full catalog .