Book ID: CBB041463370

The Origins of American Strategic Bombing Theory (2017)


Morris, Craig F. (Author)

Naval Institute Press

Publication Date: 2017
Edition Details: Book Series: The history of military aviation
Physical Details: x + 250 pp.
Language: English

Craig F. Morris explores the beginnings of American strategic bombing theory, why it changed over time, the factors that shaped that change, and how technology molded military doctrine. This book provides a discussion of the American strategic bombing concept in a way that advances aviation history. By tracing the complex interrelationships of these four causal factors, this book provides a greater understanding of the origins and rise to dominance of American strategic bombing theory. (Publisher)

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Authors & Contributors
Böhme, Hartmut
Meilinger, Phillip S.
Betz, David
O'Connell, John F.
Ehlers, Robert
Geffen, Theo van
Air Power History
Icon: Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology
Naval Institute Press
University Press of Kansas
Cornell University
de Gruyter
Military technology
Aviation, Military
Strategy, military
Bombing, aerial
Military doctrine
Air Power
Clausewitz, Carl von
Holley, I. B., Jr. (Irving Brinton), 1919-2013
Time Periods
20th century
21st century
18th century
19th century
United States
Pacific Ocean
Mediterranean region
Soviet Union

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