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The last hours in Africa

A group of Luftwaffe soldiers pose before the camera as they are about to go back to Europe. This could be in 1942 or early 1943, before the collapse of the German Forces in North Africa. 150 weitere Wörter

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At the controls

This photo is rather blurry, but it’s one of the few I have of a Luftwaffe pilot while flying. He is piloting a Heinkel He 111, a medium bomber that was one of the most common German bombers. 286 weitere Wörter

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The Twelve Year Reich

A Luftwaffe soldier stands guard at an entrance to a newly built barracks. The text says „Errichtet unter der Regierung Adolf Hitlers im Jahre 1935… 225 weitere Wörter

Luftwaffe

Flying Officer John Kendal, RAFVR - Battle of Britain pilot and the first member of the Merchant Ship Fighter Unit to destroy an enemy aircraft.

RICHARD MADDOX

ON 2 OCTOBER 1940 TOWARDS THE END OF THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN,  A LUFTWAFFE MESSERSCHMITT Bf 109E-1 FIGHTER FELL TO EARTH AT LIMPSFIELD COMMON IN SURREY ENGLAND. 1.182 weitere Wörter

The destruction of Dortmund

The Hansaplatz in Dortmund, 10 May, 1943. Some of the city’s more than 530,000 inhabitants walk past the ruins after the British bombing raid during the night of 4-5 May. 544 weitere Wörter

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VORSPRUNG DURCH TECHNIK? MAYBE NOT

It is reported that the German Air Force has only four fully serviceable Eurofighter aircraft. Unfortunately it is not 1939 any more.

These days we’re getting lots of talk, 169 weitere Wörter

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