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  • History we should be aware of.

    Instruments of Darkness – Dr. Alfred Price Posted on January 1, 2021 I got this e-book from Kobo through a 99 cent offer that through Bookbub.com. As a student of the history of the Second World War, I thought I might like this book. This book is a chronological history of the electronic warfare of the Second World War. The book follows the development of radar by the British/Americans, the Germans and the Japanese. It also follows their counter-measures to the other sides advancements. It also talks about it affected the various battles that took place. I knew that radar was used in the Second World War. I did not know how developed it was, or many different type there were. I did not know the Germans were as advanced as they were. I learnt many new things. The book is a dry read. There are many technical terms and ideas in the book. This is to be expected. I recommend this book. I enjoyed it, The book is not for everyone, but if you are a student of the Second World War, Military History or the history of electronics. It is not a fast read, although it is 230 pages.

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  • A thorough examination od=f a fascinating topic

    Alfred Price has an enviable reputation among aviation historians and this book confirms his status as a Primus inter Pares. One of the most vital areas of technical research for both sides of the conflict is analysed and described in detail whilst still maintaining a highly readable style. Price avoids burying the account under a mound of technical jargon and breathes life into the narrative by reference to operational experiences of the airmen and scientists concerned.

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