Air Battle for Burma : Allied Pilots’ Fight for Supremacy
by Bryn Evans
Editor: Pen & Sword Books Ltd
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After a long series of seemingly unstoppable defeats of the Japanese air and land forces, the eventual fightback and victory in Burma was achieved following the exercise of unprecedented violence combined services cooperation and operationsCrucial to the Allies’ supremacy in the air, coupled with their ground/air support strategyWith the help of veterans first-hand accounts, Battle Air For Burma reveals the determining nature of the Allied air forces, the power to inflict the first major defeat, the Japanese Army during World War IINewly equipped with Spitfire squadrons of the crucial difference at the turn of the battles of the Box Admin, Imphal and Kohima in 1944Air superiority allowed Allied air forces to deploy and supply Allies ground troops on the front line and raids deep into enemy territory with relative impunity; revolutionary tactics never dared such magnitudeBy covering both strategic and tactical angles, through these unpublished, personal testimonies, this beautiful book is on one side and suffering tribute to the Allied air forces contribution to victory in Burma
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