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War In The Air
The Second World War in Colour
Allied victory in the Second World War owed much to air power. The success of military and naval operations invariably hinged on control of the skies, and the rise to dominance of the Allied air forces meant that the Nazi war machine was effectively doomed.
Following the success of The Second World War in Colour, this book presents a further selection of original colour photographs from the IWM collection, focusing on Allied aircraft and airmen. Alongside these striking images, War in the Air examines how crucial aviation was to winning the war, from the defence of Britain's skies and maritime trade, to battlefield support in North Africa and Europe and the strategic bombing offensive over Germany. Shot from the ground and from the air, these powerful images bring a vital aspect of the Second World War to life.
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"A collection of breathtaking photographs have revealed the pivotal role that aerial battles played in World War Two in vibrant colour. . . . The book, put together by the Imperial War Museums, also reveals the extraordinary lives of crew members."--Daily Mail "A collection of rare colour photographs is bringing to life the key role that aerial battles played in the Second World War."--Belfast Telegraph