During the Second World War a storm of fire and steel was unleashed. Not just on front line troops, but on enemy society itself. All sides in the Second World War believed that aerial bombardment could decisively affect the strategic outcome of the conflict. But did the unprecedented onslaught from the air actually work? Featuring contributions from historians Paul Beaver, Victoria Taylor, James Holland, Sebastian Cox, Sinclair McKay and Sir Max Hastings. Also featuring interviews with veterans including Ken Oatley, Johnny Johnson and Irene Uhlendorff.