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Stanley Baldwin in the late 1920s

The bomber will always get through was a phrase used by Stanley Baldwin in 1932, in the speech "A Fear for the Future" to the British Parliament. He and others believed that, regardless of air defences, sufficient bomber aircraft will survive to destroy cities.


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Intro  Baldwin's argument  Basis in fact  Strategic bombing in combat  \"The bomber will not always get through\"  Recent re-use  See also  References  External links  

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Stanley Baldwin in the late 1920s

The bomber will always get through was a phrase used by Stanley Baldwin in 1932, in the speech "A Fear for the Future" to the British Parliament. He and others believed that, regardless of air defences, sufficient bomber aircraft will survive to destroy cities.


The bomber will always get through sections
Intro  Baldwin's argument  Basis in fact  Strategic bombing in combat  \"The bomber will not always get through\"  Recent re-use  See also  References  External links  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Baldwin's argument
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