Max Hasting delivers yet another well researched and insightful book. In this offering he looks at Britain’s Bomber Command and follows it through its conception to the end of the war.
The writing is just the right mix, giving a great overview of Bomber Command. As well as allowing the reader to get a feel for what it was like for those who flew the missions and those who were on the receiving end of it.
Hasting does not shy away from the difficult questions raised by the tactics used by Bomber Command and delivers an insightful look at the reasoning behind them. A must read for anyone interested in World War II.