Bill Shenkel’s B-29 shot down over Japan

Newsweek’s Bill Shenkel had written about aviation for years, and finally got a chance in 1944 to get out of the D.C. office and cover the war from the field. The first U.S. bombing mission to the Japanese home islands since the Doolittle Raid was the opportunity he had waited for, but he didn’t come home.

Bill Shenkel’s B-29 shot down over Japan

Published by Aakash Choudhary

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