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Luftwaffe Combat Reports
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Luftwaffe Combat Reports ab 21.99 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Geist & Wissen,

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Luftwaffe Combat Reports
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Luftwaffe Combat Reports ab 29.99 € als gebundene Ausgabe: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Geschichte,

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Playing with Matches: Coming of Age in Hitler's...
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Heinz Schultz's word could send a man to prison. Though only a youth of 15, he was strong, tall, and blond. The boys in his Deutsches Jungvolk unit esteemed him and feared him. And they wanted to be just like him. Emil Radle wanted to be just like him. A dedicated member of Hitler Youth, Emil was loyal to the Fuehrer before family, a champion for the cause and a fan of the famous Luftwaffe air force. Emil's friends Moritz and Johann discover a shortwave radio and everything changes. Now they listen to the forbidden BBC broadcast of news reports that tell both sides. Now they know the truth. The boys along with Johann's sister Katharina, band together to write out the reports and covertly distribute flyers through their city. It's an act of high treason that could have them arrested - or worse. As the war progresses, so does Emil's affection for Katharina. He'd do anything to have a normal life and to stay in Passau by her side. But when Germany's losses become immense, even their greatest resistance can't prevent the boys from being sent to the Eastern Front. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bruce Wiebe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/054375/bk_acx0_054375_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Luftwaffe Combat Reports
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Luftwaffe Combat Reports ab 30.49 EURO

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Type 11 75 mm AA Gun
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Type 11 75 mm AA Gun (????????????, Jy?ichinen-shiki nana-senti-han Yasen Koshah??) was an anti-aircraft gun used by the Imperial Japanese Army after World War I. It was the first anti-aircraft gun in Japanese service, but only a small number were produced, and it was superseded by the Type 14 10 cm AA Gun and the Type 88 75 mm AA Gun in active service before the start of World War II.Due to combat experience at the Battle of Tsingtao against the German Luftwaffe?s fledgling squadron of combat aircraft, planners on the Imperial Japanese Army General Staff quickly realized that this new technology posed a threat which required countermeasures. This evaluation was further reinforced by reports from military observers on the European front in World War I.

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Operation Lusty
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Operation LUSTY (LUftwaffe Secret TechnologY) was the United States Army Air Forces effort to capture and evaluate German aeronautical technology during and after World War II. During World War II, the U.S. Army Air Forces Intelligence Service sent teams to Europe to gain access to enemy aircraft, technical and scientific reports, research facilities, and weapons for study in the United States. The Air Technical Intelligence (ATI) teams, trained at the Technical Intelligence School at Wright Field, Ohio, collected enemy equipment to learn about Germany's technical developments. The ATI teams competed with 32 allied technical intelligence groups to gain information and equipment recovered from crash sites.

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Liverpool Blitz
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Liverpool Blitz was the heavy and sustained bombing of the city of Liverpool and its surrounding area, in the United Kingdom, during the Second World War by the German Luftwaffe Liverpool, Bootle and Wirral were the most heavily bombed areas of the country outside of London, due to their importance in the British war effort. The government was desperate to hide from the Germans just how much damage they had wreaked on the ports and so reports on the bombing of the area were deliberately kept low-key. Over 4,000 Liverpudlians lost their lives during the blitz, dwarfing the number of casualties sustained in other bombed industrial areas such as Birmingham and Coventry. This death toll was second only to London, which over a more sustained period suffered 30,000 deaths by the end of the war.Liverpool, Bootle and the Wallasey Pool were strategically very important locations during the Second World War.

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