ACES OF THE REICH: The Making of a Luftwaffe Fighter-Pilot
Within three years of the Luftwaffe's superiority in the skies over Europe, (1939), and despite the introduction of the jet Me 262, the Luftwaffe fighter arm had been totally defeated. Spick explores how this happened in this incisive and compelling study of WWII's most fearsome air force. 16 pages of photos.
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