Heavy bombers used by the Allied Air Force in World War II often can take on more ‘strategic bombing missions’. Models such as B-17, B-29, Lancaster, and Halifax are all headaches for Axis.
In World War II in 1939-1945, the Allies dropped a total of 3.4 million tons of aerial bombs. On average, there are 27,000 tons of intensity per month. These ‘bombs’ that fell from the sky also gave the Axis a fatal blow.