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Luftwaffe Handbook 1935-1945

by Robert Lewis Koehl, Gordon Williamson

Luftwaffe Handbook 1935-1945 Synopsis

Reichmarschall Hermann Goring's Luftwaffe was the most pro-Nazi of the three services. This book examines the Luftwaffe's organisation and command structure, and includes brief biographies of its most important figures. It also surveys key aircraft types, uniforms and insignia to provide a summary of the Luftwaffe in action between 1935 and 1945.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780750941198
Publication date: 20th April 2006
Author: Robert Lewis Koehl, Gordon Williamson
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 270 pages
Categories: European history, Second World War, Air forces & warfare, War & defence operations,

About Robert Lewis Koehl, Gordon Williamson

GORDON WILLIAMSON is a military historian and enthusiast who has had more than thirteen books published on aspects of Third Reich military history, and some fifty articles in military and collector magazines in the UK, USA and Germany. He is the author of Waffen-SS Handbook 1933-1945 for Sutton. Gordon lives in Scotland.

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