THE STRATEGIC AIR OFFENSIVE 1939-1945
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Events and Personalities: Protagonists in the debate on the value of the strategic bombing offensive against Germany: left to right, Lord Cherwell, Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles Portal, Admiral of the Fleet Sir Dudley Pound and Prime Minister Winston Churchill. They are photographed watching a display of anti-aircraft gunnery.
Winston Churchill with his scientific advisor Lord Cherwell (extreme left), Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles Portal and Admiral of the Fleet Sir Dudley Pound, watching a display of anti-aircraft gunnery, June 1941.
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