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The first raids; Outwaiting the P-38s and P-47s; Luftwaffe ascendant; Schweinfurt/Regensburg: a significant victory; P-51s: a nasty shock; 'Big Week'; Defending Berlin; Protecting the oilfields; Sturmgruppe escorts; Bodenplatte; Rammkommando Elbe; desperate measures; Defeat and surrender; Appendices.
Arguably the finest profile artist in the business, John Weal's love of German aircraft makes his work a treat for students of the subject. He has written several Aircraft of the Aces volumes, and two books on the Ju 87 in the companion series Combat Aircraft.
"This is a very good text for information about the daylight air campaign over the skies of Germany in WWII." --Bolling Smith, Coast Defense Journal"This story of the ascendancy of the daylight defense of the Reich, the struggles to keep pace with the daylight bombing campaign and the eventual defeat of the Luftwaffe is nicely presented by describing specific missions and many first hand descriptions of the battles... This is a very good text for information about the daylight air campaign over the skies of Germany in WWII." --Michael Koznarsky, Historical Miniature Gamer Magazine..". a nice informative book, which depicts in an austere but effective way the combat of Messerschmitt pilots against an overwhelming force of heavy bombers and escort fighters... I recommend this book for all wanting to know a little more about the men behind the machines." --Jean-Luc Formery, AeroScale