Norman Bottomley

Air Chief Marshal and Commander-in-Chief of RAF Bomber Command

Air Chief Marshal Sir Norman Howard Bottomley, KCB, CIE, DSO, AFC (18 September 1891 – 13 August 1970) was the Yorkshire-born successor to Arthur 'Bomber' Harris as Commander-in-Chief of RAF Bomber Command in 1945.

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  • The Soviet offensive would be greatly helped by heavy attacks on Berlin, though priority was still to be assigned to oil targets

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