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Luftwaffe Flak and Field Divisions 1939-1945
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Luftwaffe Field Divisions 1941-45
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L'Opération Barbarossa: Les plus grandes batail...
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22 Juin 1941. A 4 heures du matin, Staline est réveillé par le général Joukov : "C'est la guerre !". La frontière germano-soviétique s'embrase sous les coups de l'artillerie allemande. L'invasion de l'Union soviétique par l'Allemagne nazie, nom de code Opération Barbarossa, vient de débuter. Ce fut la plus grande opération militaire allemande de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Face à une Armée rouge de 4 millions de soldats et 170 divisions, l'armée allemande aidée de ses alliés finlandais et roumains, compte près de 3 millions d'hommes, 3 600 chars et 4 200 avions. Les envahisseurs capturent en quelques semaines 600 000 soldats soviétiques ainsi que des milliers de chars. Dès le premier jour de l'invasion, les chars allemands, les Panzers, progressent de 60 kilomètres à l'intérieur du pays. Dans le même temps, l'aviation allemande, la Luftwaffe, détruit 1 800 avions soviétiques. De la réussite ou de l'échec de l'Opération Barbarossa dépendra l'issue de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale. 1. French. Will Maes. http://samples.audible.de/sp/cids/000335/sp_cids_000335_sample.mp3.

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Luftwaffe Flak and Field Divisions 1939-1945
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Jagdfliegerführer 2
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Jagdfliegerführer 2 was part of Luftflotte 2 (Air Fleet 2), one of the primary divisions of the German Luftwaffe in World War II. It was formed December 21, 1939 in Dortmund. On September 6, 1943 the unit redesignated Jagdfliegerführer 4 and reformed again in September 1943 from Stab/Jagdfliegerführer Deutsche Bucht. The headquarter was located at Dortmund and from July 1940 in Wissant, from June 1941 at Le Touquet, and from September 1943 in Stade. The unit was disbanded in December 1943.

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Berlin Stories
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A gorgeously jacketed hardcover anthology of classic stories set in Berlin, by an international array of brilliant writers.Spanning more than a century, this collection of stories reflects Berlin's rich and turbulent history, chronicling the creative ferment of the Weimar Republic, the devastation of wartime, the cruel divisions of the Berlin Wall, and the aftermath of reunification. Classics by Theodor Fontane and Robert Walser provide a window on privileged society at the turn of the century. Alfred Döblin, Erich Kastner, Vladimir Nabokov, and Christopher Isherwood illuminate the frenetic Golden Twenties and the ruinous crash that followed, while marginal youths roam the city's seamy underside in Irmgard Keun's The Artificial Silk Girl and Ernst Haffner's Blood Brothers. The hero of Thomas Wolfe's You Can't Go Home Again visits a city shadowed by Hitler's rise, while in Hans Fallada's Alone in Berlin a working-class couple quietly resists the Nazis. Cold War espionage enlivens works by Len Deighton and Ian McEwan, Christa Wolf's They Divided the Sky and Peter Schneider's The Wall Jumper depict the Berlin Wall's impact on a personal scale, and Thomas Brussig's Stasi officers engage in meaningless surveillance in Heroes Like Us. Günter Grass shows us German reunification through the eyes of an elderly Luftwaffe veteran while Uwe Timm does so through a writer's madcap wanderings in a bewildering post-Wall landscape. Finally, more recent arrivals--from Chloe Aridjis's Mexican-Jewish university student in Book of Clouds to the desperate African refugees in Jenny Erpenbeck's Go, Went, Gone--bear witness to Berlin's continuing evolution as an arena of the possible.

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