“The Story of Radar” A.P. Rowe (1948 First Edition) in good condition.
“The Story of Radar” by A.P. Rowe, first published in 1948, provides a comprehensive exploration of the revolutionary technology of radar during and after World War II. The book delves into the historical context, technological innovations, and military applications of radar, showcasing its pivotal role in air defense, navigation, and intelligence gathering. Rowe’s work also addresses the challenges of maintaining secrecy around radar development during wartime and examines the post-war impact of radar on various industries. Serving as a historical document, the book highlights the collaborative efforts, ingenuity, and enduring legacy of radar technology in shaping the course of mid-20th-century history.
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