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THE EARLY DAYS OF RADAR
Secrets and my Recollections of World War II

Gardner L. Friedlander 1990, 2000

New York Times February 13, 1944

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Struggle in the Air

    Over both Cape Anzio and Cassino battlefields whenever the weather permitted and far behind them, roaring testimony to the importance both sides were placing on the outcome, were more war planes than at any time since the Tunisian campaign closed. The Germans had thrown part of their carefully husbanded air strength into the struggle. They concentrated against the Allied beachhead, thundering over as often as six times a day to send their whistling bombs hurtling down. Allied planes were everywhere, striking at Verona and other rail junctions in the north and attempting to blast ...


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