At the beginning of World War II, the U.S. Army and Navy were still flying old-style biplanes. By 1945, numerous advanced designs, such as the P-38 Lightning and the P-47 Thunderbolt, had battled through the world's skies in the service of Democracy. One of two videos in the Great WWII Air Wars collection set, this tape features a 52-minute program comprised of two documentaries that chronicle how the armed air forces of the Allies proved crucial in defeating Germany and Japan during the Second World War. Highlights include archival footage of missions and "dogfights."
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