September 1943


Volume 27, Issue 5

Bombing Range

WE have heard a lot of argument of late about giving the air force a chance to do its stuff. It is assumed by certain enthusiasts that bombing alone can bring our enemies to terms. While it is not agreed that such assertion is true, yet for the sake of argument let us concede that sufficient bombing will force Germany and Japan to agree to our terms, and examine the possibilities of inflicting bomb damage upon such places or facilities as would so disrupt the enemies' war effort that they might be forced to sue for peace.

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