Luftwaffe Bomber Aces

Luftwaffe Bomber Aces

Mike Spick outlines the Luftwaffe's revolutionary tactics, first tested during the Spanish Civil War, and explores the individual methods used against specific targets. His study includes biographical entries on the leading bomber pilots.

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