The Rise and Fall of the German Air Force

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The success of the Luftwaffe in the early years of the Second World War was partly to blame for its ultimate defeat, according to this report compiled by British intelligence officers. First published by the Air Ministry in 1948, it is a detailed contemporary analysis of the Luftwaffe's operational performance and the character and achievements of its senior officers, including Göring and Hitler, whose decisions and actions are identified as significant factors in Germany's loss of air superiority.

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The Rise and Fall of the German Air Force

The Rise and Fall of the German Air Force

(1933–45)

Paperback454pp Illustrated

9781905615308     Product Code: 503286

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The success of the Luftwaffe in the early years of the Second World War was partly to blame for its ultimate defeat, according to this report compiled by British intelligence officers. First published by the Air Ministry in 1948, it is a detailed contemporary analysis of the Luftwaffe's operational performance and the character and achievements of its senior officers, including Göring and Hitler, whose decisions and actions are identified as significant factors in Germany's loss of air superiority.

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