The Second World War saw the arrival of radar – radio beams that could pinpoint an aircraft’s position exactly. With these strange eyes Nazi Germany watched its borders day and night, and in almost every raid mounted by Allied bombers many planes were shot down because of radar.
With losses rising rapidly the British knew that somehow those eyes would have to be blinded . . .
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