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Question 1: By April 1944, Harris called off his strategic offensive as the bomber force was seconded (much to his annoyance) to tactical and communications targets in France prior to ________.
Normandy LandingsBattle for CaenOperation OverlordOperation Perch

Question 2: ________ also followed shortly thereafter.
RAF Bomber CommandRoyal Air ForceRAF Coastal CommandRAF Fighter Command

Question 3: When the war began on 1 September 1939, ________, President of the then-neutral United States, issued an appeal to the major belligerents to confine their air raids to military targets.
John F. KennedyFranklin D. RooseveltLyndon B. JohnsonHarry S. Truman

Question 4: The ________ was an effective AA weapon, it was a deadly destroyer of tanks and lethal against advancing infantry.
7.5 cm Pak 97/383.7 cm Pak 3615 cm sFH 188.8 cm FlaK 18/36/37/41

Question 5: To put this into perspective General ________'s German forces defending Normandy in 1944 comprised 50,000, and their resistance caused the Western Allies grave problems.
Albert KesselringHans-Joachim MarseilleRobert Ritter von GreimErwin Rommel

Question 6: By January 1943 some 1,000 Luftwaffe night fighters were committed to the defence of the Reich – mostly twin engined Me 110 and ________.
Junkers Ju 52Junkers Ju 87Junkers Ju 88Junkers Ju 188

Question 7: Each caused a ________ and left tens of thousands dead.
Strategic bombing during World War IIFirestormCoventry BlitzFirebombing

Question 8: [4] The United Kingdom's policy was to restrict bombing to military targets and ________ such as ports and railways which were of military importance.
Civil engineeringInfrastructureRoadCanal

Question 9: Like the ________ later in the war, Bomber Command had first concentrated on a doctrine of "precision" bombing in daylight.
United States Army Air Corps1st Operations GroupUnited States Army Air Forces9th Operations Group

Question 10: To significantly expand its delivery capabilities, Bomber Command acquired ________, known to the RAF as Boeing Washingtons.
B-24 LiberatorB-25 MitchellB-29 SuperfortressB-47 Stratojet

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