No quarter given the change in strategic bombing application in the pacific theater during world war ii by major john m curatola 118 pages european airpower theorists of the 1920s and 30s envisioned the deliberate bombing of civilians in order to affect an enemy nations wartime production capabilities and national morale. The most profound cause of anti japanese sentiment outside of asia had its beginning in the attack on pearl harbor as it propelled the united states into world war iithe americans were unified by the attack to fight against the empire of japan and its allies the german reich and the kingdom of italy the bombing of pearl harbor by japan on the neutral united states without warning and the . Strategic bombing during world war ii was greater in scale than any wartime attack the world had previously witnessed the strategic bombing campaigns conducted by nazi germany the united kingdom the united states and the empire of japan used conventional weapons incendiaries and nuclear weapons before the outbreak of the war luftwaffe general walther wever had advocated creating a . Strategic bombing during world war ii was the sustained aerial attack on railways harbors cities workers housing and industrial districts in enemy territory during world war ii strategic bombing is a military strategy which is distinct from both close air support of ground forces and tactical air power during world war ii it was believed by many military strategists of air power that . The use of strategic bombing did not begin in the pacific theater and neither did it end there people had dropped bombs from the air in 1849 in italy using balloons in 1911 libya used the same strategy but it used planes instead of balloons europe used the air bombs during the first world war although it achieved minimal success
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