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The United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Over-All Report (European War) by United States Strategic Bombing Survey2
USSBS European War # 3 : The Effects of Strategic Bombing on the German War Economy by United States Strategic Bombing Survey3
USSBS European War # 4 : Aircraft Division Industry Report by United States Strategic Bombing Survey4
USSBS European War # 20 : Light Metal Industry of Germany. Part I - Aluminum, Part II- Magnesium by United States Strategic Bombing Survey20
USSBS European War # 65 : Effect of Bombing on Health and Medical Care in Germany by United States Strategic Bombing Survey65
USSBS European War #109 : Oil Division Final Report: German Oil, Chemical, Rubber, Explosives and Propellants Industries by United States Strategic Bombing Survey109
USSBS European War #120 : Rhenania-Ossag Mineraloelwerke A G Grasbrook Refinery Hamburg, Germany by United States Strategic Bombing Survey120
USSBS European War #122 : Gewerkschaft Victor Castrop-Rauxel, Germany Volume II by United States Strategic Bombing Survey122
USSBS European War #135 : Villacoublay Airdrome, Paris, France by United States Strategic Bombing Survey135
USSBS European War # 137 : Railroad Repair Yards Louvain, Belgium by United States Strategic Bombing Survey137
USSBS European War # 138 : Railroad Repair Yards Hasselt, Belgium by United States Strategic Bombing Survey138
USSBS European War #141 : Powder Plant Angouleme, France by United States Strategic Bombing Survey141
USSBS European War #150 : S.N.C.A.S.E. Aircraft Plant Toulouse, France by United States Strategic Bombing Survey150
USSBS European War #170 : Mittel-Deutsche Motorenwerke G m b H Taucha, Germany. Second Edition by United States Strategic Bombing Survey170
USSBS European War #189 : Neunkircher Eisenwerk A.G., Neunkirchen, Germany by United States Strategic Bombing Survey189
USSBS European War #194 : I G Farbenindustrie, Ludwigshafen, Germany. Volume I by United States Strategic Bombing Survey194
USSBS European War #195 : I G Farbenindustrie, Leverkusen, Germany by United States Strategic Bombing Survey196
USSBS European War #203 : German Locomotive Industry During the War by United States Strategic Bombing Survey205
USSBS European War # 64b : The Effects of Strategic Bombing on German Morale, Volume II by United States Strategic Bombing Survey64b

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