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Air Power WWII TV Series With Walter Cronkite DVD, Video Download, USB

Air Power WWII TV Series With Walter Cronkite DVD, Video Download, USB
Air Power WWII TV Series With Walter Cronkite DVD, Video Download, USB
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Walter Cronkite Narrates These Originally Aired Episodes Of The Landmark 1956-1957 Television Series Documenting The Contributions Of Air Power To The World War II War Effort, Produced With The Cooperation Of The United States Air Force! 16 Half Hour Episodes Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 4 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #AirPower #AirPowerTVSeries #WalterCronkite #AirWarfareOfWWII #WWII #WW2 #WorldWarTwo #WorldWar2 #SecondWorldWar #WW2Aviation #WWIIAviation #AviationInWorldWarII #AviationInWWII #AirWarfareOfWorldWarII #AirWarfareOfWWII #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


Contents:

Luftwaffe (Rise Of German Air Force, Invasion Of Poland)

Pearl Harbor

Battle Of Britain

Counterblast (Hamburg Fire Raids)

Target Ploesti

Conquest Of The Air (Air Supremacy Over Europe & Bombing Germany 1943-1944)

The Japanese Perimeter (Midway)

Strangle (Monte Cassino)

Pacific Pattern (Island-Hopping In Outer Ring Of Japanese Perimeter)

Advance The Bomber Line (US Bombers Bases Advance Towards Japan)

The Winning Of France

Superfortress

Victory In Europe

Kamikaze

Defeat Of Japan

Airlift (The Berlin Airlift)


Air Warfare Of World War II: Air warfare was a major component in all theaters of World War II, and, together with anti-aircraft warfare, consumed a large fraction of the industrial output of the major powers. Germany and Japan depended on air forces that were closely integrated with land and naval forces; the Axis powers downplayed the advantage of fleets of strategic bombers, and were late in appreciating the need to defend against Allied strategic bombing. By contrast, Britain and the United States took an approach that greatly emphasised strategic bombing, and (to a lesser degree) tactical control of the battlefield by air, as well as adequate air defences. Both Britain and the U.S. built a substantially larger strategic forces of large, long-range bombers. Simultaneously, they built tactical air forces that could win air superiority over the battlefields, thereby giving vital assistance to ground troops. The U.S. and Royal Navy also built a powerful naval-air component based on aircraft carriers, as did the Japanese; these played the central role in the war at sea.