Ethell, Jeffrey L.
Title BOMBER COMMAND.
Publisher Motorbooks, Osceola, WI, 1994, first edition.
Seller ID 25253
180 pp, square small 4to (10 1/4" H x 10 1/4" D), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0879389206 Profusely illustrated with color photographs. "The Bomber Command was the heart of the US Army Air Force's operations against Nazi Germany in World War I I. At its peak, the USAAF boasted 2,411,294 men and women in uniform with 230,000 aircraft flown by 193,440 pilots. And statistically, there was no more dangerous place to be in World War II than in a bomber over Germany. (This book) tells th e s t ory of the USAAF in the European and Mediterranean Theaters during World War II. But instead of another gray history of armies and campaigns, (it) relives the color of the operations both in terms of first-person accounts and anecdotes as we ll as w ith original World War II color photography of the events." Minor wear at corners. Dust jacket has been price-clipped, has minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, very small dint on front hinge, light rubbing - mainly on rear panel, smal l t e ar (ar chivally taped) with crease at bottom of rear flap-fold, small line indentation and tiny dint on rear panel. Very Good+/Very Good