Luftwaffe Eagles - The Men and Machines of Germany's Blitzkrieg
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- Date added: 20/06/2020
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LUFTWAFFE EAGLES: The Men and Machines of Germany's Blitzkrieg.
From the invasion of Poland in September 1939 the men and machines of the Luftwaffe provided the spearhead of Hitler’s blitzkrieg across Europe and then into the heart of the Soviet Union. Throughout these momentous years, Luftwaffe pilots found themselves at the controls of cutting edge warplanes, culminating in jets far ahead of anything the Allied forces could muster.
Luftwaffe Eagles is a new 100-page special magazine packed with first-hand accounts, features by leading aviation writers, glorious artwork and contemporary photos. Prepared by the renowned editorial team that brings you Britain’s top-selling aviation monthly, FlyPast, this is a highly collectable tribute to a formidable air force.
EMIL AND GUSTAV
Sam Tyler examines the pedigree of a pair of surviving Messerschmitt Bf 109s.
Chris Goss analyses an informal gathering of brothers-in-arms and their destinies.
The Luftwaffe’s long-ranging Fw 200 Condors were vulnerable as they returned to their bases. We describe how Allied intruders culled the mighty warriors.
Details of the intruder missions by the little-known Me 410, an advanced aircraft rarely used to its full potential.
It could have been a cataclysmic blow to the Allied advance. Instead, the Luftwaffe’s New Year’s Day re-invention of Blitzkrieg was a costly, but heroic, venture. Chris Goss explains.
and much more!