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The Last Year of the Luftwaffe: May 1944-May 1945


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A classic story of a once all-conquering force struggling to stave off inevitable defeat.

This superbly written book gives a complete account of Luftwaffe offensive and defensive operation between May 1944 and the end of World War II.

It is a comprehensive examination of Hitler's air force, a frank and illuminating look at a crucial year of aerial combat and a fresh analysis of the odds stacked against Germany's daring pilots.

Dr. Price, author of a number of works on air power during the Second World War, makes – and supports -- a number of important and surprising conclusions.

Thus, he demonstrates not only that Hitler’s decisions to turn the Me-262 into a fighter-bomber delayed its introduction into combat not at all, but also that this was in fact an excellent notion.

A valuable book for anyone interested in the air war, 1939-1945.

224 pgs., 58 B&W illustrations, 6"x 9", softcover.

Price: $19.95

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