Blind Bombing: How Microwave Radar Brought the Allies to D-Day and Victory in World War II

November 19, 2020

Norman Fine presents his latest book release, Blind Bombing: How Microwave Radar Brought the Allies to D-Day and Victory in World War II

A link to Fine’s pre-recorded Virtual Legacy Lecture will be emailed directly to Foundation members on November 19, 2020 at 5:30PM.

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A part of the George C. Marshall Legacy Series

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About the Lecture

Author Norman Fine shares a little-known story about a new invention made on the eve of WWII. Despite apathy and resistance from entrenched military establishments, the invention transformed radar as all the combatants knew it from a defensive tool into an offensive weapon of war. Only the Allies had it, and the enemy was mystified by their losses. Fine’s book won the silver medal for World History in the 2020 Independent Publisher Book Awards.

About the Speaker

Norman Fine is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering. He and an associate started an engineering company that designed and manufactured precision radar and infrared displays for aerial reconnaissance during the Cold War. The company later published engineering design guides for early LCD and LED flat panel displays users. Fine has written several books and hundreds of articles published here and abroad on horse sports. Blind Bombing is his first book on military history.