In June 1948, Soviet authorities in Germany announced a land blockade of the American, British, and French sectors of Berlin. Isolated more than one hundred miles within Soviet-occupied territory, western Berlin was in danger of running out of coal, food, and the courage to stand up to Joseph Stalin.
From the most important leaders and the most courageous victories to the earliest machines of flight and the most advanced Stealth technology, this book presents a fascinating look at 50 turbulent years of Air Force history.
The crucial "big week" of February 1944 pitted Jimmy Doolittle's 8th Air Force against Adolph Gallund's Luftwaffe, during which the warplanes of the 8th crippled every Nazi installation they attacked and severely limited the Luftwaffe's effectiveness, setting the stage for the Normandy invasion.
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