Lancaster at War
The "Lanc," as it was affectionately known, became one of the most famous and successful of the World War II night bombers, delivering more than 600,000 tons of bombs in 156,000 sorties. At a time when Hitler's army had spread the Nazi creed and empire across occupied Europe, the heavy bomber like the Avro Lancaster was the only means of carrying the offensive back to the Nazi heartland. In Lancaster at War, find out how and why this bomber got its exceptional service record. See its involvement in some of the most controversial bombings and its part in the precision raids against the launch sites of Hitler's "V" weapons. Then hear exclusive interviews with surviving, heroic Lancaster aircrew and find out how they helped defeat the evil regime that threatened to rule the entire world.
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