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024189 - LUFTWAFFE FIGHTER-BOMBERS OVER BRITAIN: The Tip and Run Campaign 1942-43


By Chris Goss with P Cornwell and B Rauchbach

As the Battle of Britain came to a close, the Luftwaffe began arming its single-engine fighters with bombs and using them instead of bombers for many daylight raids against shipping and coastal installations, railways, fuel depots, and other military and civilian objectives. The fighter-bombers also launched unopposed attacks against London and numerous other cities and towns across England. Known as "tip and run" attacks, these raids had a detrimental effect on British morale.

Format Softback
Pages 344
Publication Date -

b/w photos throughout

Width (mm) 150
Height (mm) 230
Dust Jacket  


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