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America's B-29 Superfortress: The Plane That Bombed Japan into Submission

Warfare History Network History, Asia U.S. Boeing B-29 Superfortress heavy bombers rained destruction on major Japanese cities. As the Japanese delegation stood on the deck of the battleship USS Missouri on September 2, 1945, preparing to sign the documents that ended World War II, a large formation of Boeing B-29 Superfortress heavy bombers swooped low over Tokyo Bay as a reminder of the terrible destruction that had befallen their nation and turned Japan’s cities into ruins.
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