Air Power and Total War

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Air Power and Total War

By Cy Caldwell
Coward-McCann, 1943
244 pp. $2.50

The author was for a number of years an outspoken adherent of the school of thought which held that air power alone could win wars. After reviewing the record of the airplane in this war, he has moderated his expectations, though he still holds that air power may yet "prove to be the most decisive factor."

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