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This illustrated study explores, in detail, the RAF first concentrated air campaign of World War II against one of the hardest and most important targets in Germany - the industrial heartland of the Ruhr that kept Hitlers war machine running. Between March and July 1943, RAF Bomber Command undertook its first concentrated bombing campaign, the Battle of the Ruhr, whose aim was nothing less than the complete destruction of the industry that powered the German war machine. Often overshadowed by the famous Dambusters single-raid attack on the Ruhr dams, the Battle of the Ruhr proved much larger and much more complex.
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