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Luftwaffe Airfield Equipment

Author : Joachim Dressel
ISBN : 0887404820
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Covers airfield vehicles, ordnance loading equipment, refueling equipment and a wide variety of apparatus used by the Luftwaffe.

The Rise And Fall Of The German Air Force 1933 To 1945

Author : William H. Tantum
ISBN : STANFORD:36105080739563
Genre : Airplanes, Military
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Rise And Fall Of The German Air Force 1933 To 1945

Author : , Air Ministry
ISBN : 9781789127836
Genre : History
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Written by British intelligence officers in 1948, RISE AND FALL OF THE GERMAN AIR FORCE offers a unique insider’s view of Germany’s extraordinary military machine. Drawing upon records and documents captured from the Luftwaffe archives and elsewhere, it describes the Air Force’s principal campaigns, achievements and operational problems—as well as the political tensions that ultimately became its undoing. It also explores the powerful personalities behind the service, especially the relationship between Hitler and Göring and the impact on the Luftwaffe of the German Supreme Command. Illustrated with original photographs and maps, this fascinating contemporary account shows how, and why, a military phenomenon was brought to defeat. —Pre-War policy and preparations (1919-1939) —The German Air Force on the offensive (1939-1942) —The Turn of the Tide (1943-1944) —Decline and Fall of the German Air Force (1944-1945) “Born of the spirit of the German airmen in the First World War, inspired by faith in our Führer and Commander-in-Chief—thus stands the German Air Force today, ready to carry out every command of the Führer with lightning speed and undreamed-of might”—Hermann Göring, 1939

Luftwaffe Aces

Author : Franz Kurowski
ISBN : 0811731774
Genre : History
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World War II air war companion to Panzer Aces and Panzer Aces II In-the-cockpit accounts of aerial dogfights by some of Germany's deadliest pilots ever to take to the skies This exciting book tells the combat biographies of seven Luftwaffe aces: three day-fighter pilots, one night-fighter pilot, one close-support pilot, and two bomber pilots. This mix of well-known and less famous pilots includes Heinz Bär, who had 221 victories and was an ME 262 ace; Otto Kittel, the fourth-highest Luftwaffe ace with 267 kills; Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer, a leading night-fighter ace with 121 kills; Wilhelm Batz, whose two-year combat career ended with 237 kills in the elite JG 52; Otto Weiss, a close-support pilot in the Hs 123 and Hs 129; Joachim Helbig, who flew the Ju 88 bomber over Malta; and Ludwig Havighorst, who served first with the infantry and then the Luftwaffe, where he flew fifty bombing missions over Stalingrad.

Luftwaffe Combat Aircraft

Author : Manfred Griehl
ISBN : 0887406831
Genre : Airplanes, Military
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This new book is a detailed survey and a anew perspective on the development of Luftwaffe aircraft from 1935-1945. Special emphasis has been placed on details of weaponry, equipment and other areas that have up to now been inadequately covered. Many readers will therefore be rewarded with new insights into the area of German aircraft development, as well as the logistics of the Luftwaffe flying units.\nThe book is organized into the basic elements of the German Lutfwaffe - presenting training, pilot operations and ground crews, the individual development steps during aircraft construction, testing, pre-production models, production and finally combat usage. Numerous examples of weapons and supplemental armament, as well as diverse weapons systems and ordinance can be found throughout.\nManfred Griehl and Joachim Dressel are also the authors of Luftwaffe Airfield Equipment (available from Schiffer Publishing).

The Luftwaffe S Way Of War

Author : James S. Corum
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025265328
Genre : History
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The staff papers of the Luftwaffe expose the inner workings of the German Air Force's high command. These doctrines have been translated into English by James S. Corum and Richard R. Muller, two distinguished American scholars of air force history.

Jahrbuch F R Internationales Recht

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ISBN : UOM:39015069740069
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The Cumulative Book Index

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ISBN : UOM:39015058373781
Genre : American literature
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Rise And Fall Of The German Air Force

Author : National Archives (Great Britain)
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132077657
Genre : History
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A fascinating insider s view of how and why Germany s Air Force lost the Second World War, drawing on authentic captured documents, and highly illustrated with rare original photographs and maps from captured German records

The Rise And Fall Of The German Air Force

Author : Great Britain. Public Record Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025746988
Genre : History
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Written by the men and women who conducted the intelligence campaign against the Germans, it recounts in full the principal campaigns, and traces problems encountered in the field. It is based on reliable sources, including documents seized from the archives of Luftwaffe after the war, and aims to provide an unbiased account.

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