Joseph Summers, CBE: Well, there's a bit of a snag there. Today’s Bible quote was made famous during World War II by Sir Arthur Harris (Bomber Harris), the British Marshal of the Royal Air Force during the war, in reference to Nazi Germany. Sir Arthur 'Bomber' Harris: I don't know about "will"; I could break their *industry*, with 4,000 Lancasters!
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Bomber Harris: No.
They sowed the wind, and now they are going to reap the whirlwind.
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But there is something wrong, not nice, about bombing that city. The ordinary bombsight isn't accurate enough at such a low level.
https://www.quotes.net/movies/bomber_harris_quotes_114310. April 1984. "I want to point out, that besides Essen, we never actually considered any particular industrial sites as targets. Air Vice-Marshal Cochrane: Do you have anyone in mind to command the squadron? We are bombing Germany city by city and ever more terribly in order to make it impossible for her to go on with the war. It *was* bloody terrible. "The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict Was Fought and Won".
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It's only *The Devil* that wins wars.
April 1892 Date of death: 5. Bomber Harris: No. I walked up and down Whitehall. Tags: personally, whole, remaining, cities, Germany, worth, bones, one, British I called him a Wehraboo. He retained that position for the rest of the war.
Barnes Wallace: Nothing. I do not personally regard the whole of the remaining cities of Germany as worth the bones of one British Grenadier. Sir Arthur 'Bomber' Harris: War. The worse war is, the more *savage* it becomes!
And you want the aircraft to drop their bombs dead on the same spot, one after another? April 1984. If you are going to win a war, *Yes*! We are bombing Germany city by city and ever more terribly in order to make it impossible for her to go in with the war. Trevor-Roper: I'd say there are about ten guns - some in the field, and some in the tower. You return to your conscience, and let me get back to the war. There are a lot of people who say that bombing cannot win the war. STANDS4 LLC, 2020. Harris was given the task of implementing Churchill's policy and supported the development of tactics and technology to perform the task more effectively.
Air Vice-Marshal Cochrane: Right, sir. It was *ghastly*! “They sow the wind, and reap the whirlwind.” – Hosea 8:7. STANDS4 LLC, 2020.
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Anyway, I've given it my support, and I've had orders to get ready. 7 1 Arthur Travers Harris. Sir Arthur 'Bomber' Harris: [Harris advocates the concentration of bombing attacks on major German cities, starting with Berlin] War is a battle between heavyweights. Book by Victor Davis Hanson, 2017. *, Sir Arthur 'Bomber' Harris: [amused] The army only recognizes a tank if it eats hay and *defecates! It therefore seems to me that there is one and only one valid argument on which a case for giving up strategic bombing could be based, namely that it has already completed its task and that nothing now remains for the Armies to do except to occupy Germany against unorganized resistance. Victory, speedy and complete, awaits the side that employs air power as it should be employed. But, it'll be a special one and you'll command the operation.