RAF Bomber Command was responsible for carrying the war to Hitler's Germany, when Britain stood alone during the early years of the war. By 1942 losses had grown so heavy that the RAF adopted a policy of night bombing only. The staggeringly high casualties were borne with unwavering resolve by the men who knew they had a job which must be done. This is the story of the air war over Germany from the British viewpoint. It features rare archive material from both British and German sources, new footage of surviving RAF bombers, illustrative maps and graphics, and military analysis by Dr. Robin Clifton of Warwick University.