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War by Television: NATO and the Serbia/Kosovo Crisis of 1999 with particular emphasis on the crucial role of airpower. It’s said to have been the first war in which airpower alone achieved victory – or was it?

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    Modern War 9 War by TV

    Modern War 9 War by TV

    War by Television: NATO and the Serbia/Kosovo Crisis of 1999 with particular emphasis on the crucial role of airpower. It’s said to have been the first war in which airpower alone achieved victory – or was it?

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