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1.00.07U9: Is it not too far away for Strategic Bombing? - 5/9/2020 5:52:52 AM   
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Strategic Bombing on Turin. I do not know where they are coming from. Axis versus AI. England?
And the date is January 1941. Such a big range for bombers already?




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RE: 1.00.07U9: Is it not too far away for Strategic Bom... - 5/9/2020 2:45:10 PM   
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A British aircraft carrier maybe?

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RE: 1.00.07U9: Is it not too far away for Strategic Bom... - 5/9/2020 5:22:32 PM   
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If he has 1939 strat bombing from Dover
Or 1942 strat bombing from lower england

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RE: 1.00.07U9: Is it not too far away for Strategic Bom... - 5/30/2020 11:08:30 PM   
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Strategic Bombing on Turin. I do not know where they are coming from. Axis versus AI. England?
And the date is January 1941. Such a big range for bombers already?


Don't know about the game, but in real life the cities of northern Italy were bombed from the UK in 1940. The Stirlings had to fly *through* the Alps because of their low ceilings, and they may have violated Switzerland's neutrality. The RAF joked that the anti-aircraft guns must have been manned by Germans because they kept firing even after the first bombs were dropped.

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RE: 1.00.07U9: Is it not too far away for Strategic Bom... - 5/31/2020 8:58:10 AM   
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Thanks a lot for this information. I was completely unaware of this.

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