The Berlin Raids
The Berlin Raids (subtitled: R.A.F. Bomber Command Winter 1943–44) is a book by the British military historian Martin Middlebrook describing the RAF Bomber Command attacks on the German city of Berlin in the Winter of 1943–1944.
|Subject||World War II|
|LC Class||D757.9 .B4 M53 2000|
These series of raids have become known as The Battle of Berlin.
The book attempts to give a non-partisan account and goes into great detail about the raids, including interviews with participants from both sides.
- The Berlin Raids - R.A.F. Bomber Command Winter 1943-44 by Martin Middlebrook - Cassell - 2000 - ISBN 0-304-35347-7
- Penguin Books (paperback edition) 1990, ISBN 0140081461
- Pen and Sword; Reprint edition (2010), ISBN 978-1848842243
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