Security from the Air

Huxley, Julian
November 1940
New Republic;11/18/40, Vol. 103 Issue 21, p687
Analyzes the efficiency of armed forces of various countries involved in the Second World War with special reference to the importance of air forces. Defeat suffered by the German air force; Superiority established by the British fighters regarding both machines and men; Information on the British Royal Air Force, which is an independent service; Position of the armed forces of countries in the interior of the European land-mass; Need for Great Britain to make up her mind that she will not withdraw from the affairs of Europe into insular or imperial isolation.


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