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  1. Thanks for the article. It's ironic that the reason the B-32 wasn't chosen for mass production, even though it out ranged and was faster than the B-29, was lack of pressurization (and therefore lacked high altitude capability) because the B-29 was only effective when employed at low altitude during the fire bombing raids. I'm a bit confused by this line in the article: " The next day, the Japanese were forced to remove the propellers from their planes to avoid another incident in the skies." There's no context; it seems to be added at the end of the paragraph.
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