aerial bombardments

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  • The battle eventually leads out to sea, where the military begins an aerial bombardment.
  • However, the city suffered extensive aerial bombardment from US aircraft and many old buildings were destroyed.
  • However, these buildings suffered massive damage due to aerial bombardment during the War.
  • It was, at the time, the largest ever aerial bombardment of a town.
  • Villages that could not be reached by mobile units were subject to aerial bombardment.
  • In 1918 she was struck during an aerial bombardment and died three months after the war ended.
  • The team must also do their bit to defend Hampshire against German aerial bombardment.
  • The village came under aerial bombardment during the war.
  • The casualties from the aerial bombardment seem to have been relatively low however.
  • Sustained aerial bombardment during the war had badly damaged most major cities, and industrial facilities were especially hard-hit.
  • The gate suffered significant damage from aerial bombardment in World War II.
  • North Korean forces had suffered terribly and their supply lines were under constant aerial bombardment.
  • There is nothing that I know of more hideous than an aerial bombardment. Cited from Kings, Queens And Pawns, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • They were engaged and forced to withdraw by artillery, machine gun fire and aerial bombardment.
  • US stock-market futures also dropped on the first working day following the aerial bombardments of protesters.
  • This is considered the first aerial bombardment ever in East Asia.
  • On the first day of the war the Division HQ came under aerial bombardment.
  • The bomb was designed for aerial bombardment and maximum efficiency after being dropped.
  • The town became a major location of violence during the remained of the wars including regular fighting between forces, aerial bombardment and shelling.
  • The French artillery had a low rate of fire and the ship had inadequate protection against aerial bombardment.
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