Did bombing campaigns in World War II avoid civilian areas?

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Mudassir Ali 8 months 1 Answer 109 views

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  1. No, bombing was so inaccurate that they needed a good sized town or better a city to hit anything. Both sides targeted cities. Only later in the war by using specially trained crews, spotter planes and the ‘earthquake’ bombs could the RAF hit a small target, with accuracy (about a football field size).

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