Organization of the Luftwaffe during World War II:
Luftwaffe in World War II: Francis Crosby
Fighter Aces of the Luftwaffe in World War II: Philip Kaplan
Illustrated with detailed artworks of German combat aircraft and their markings, The Essential Aircraft Identification Guide: Luftwaffe Squadrons 1939-45 is a comprehensive study of the Luftwaffe in World War II. Organized chronologically by theatre of war and campaign, this book offers a complete organizational breakdown of Luftwaffe units, from the Polish campaign through to the last days of the Reich. Each campaign includes a compact history of the Luftwaffes´ role and impact on the course of the conflict, as well as orders of battle, lists of commanders and campaign aces. Every type of aircraft is featured, including the numerous variations and types of well-known models, such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109, Junkers Ju 87 and Focke Wulf Fw 200, through to lesser-known aircraft, such as the Arado Ar 232 transporter, Heinkel He 162 Salamander fighter and the Henschel Hs 129 tank destroyer. Each aircraft profile is accompanied by exhaustive specifications, as well as details of individual and unit markings. Packed with 400 color profiles of every major type of Luftwaffe combat aircraft, The Essential Aircraft Identification Guide: Luftwaffe Squadrons 1939-45 is a must have reference guide for modelers, military historians and aircraft enthusiasts.
Luftwaffe X-Planes:German Experimental Aircraft of World War II Manfred Griehl
The Men Who Killed the Luftwaffe:The U. S. Army Air Forces Against Germany in World War II Lt Col Jay A. Stout
The Bombing of Dublin´s North Strand by German Luftwaffe:The Untold Story of World War 2 Kevin C. Kearns
This full-colour illustrated book covers the highly collectible World War II era German visor cap. Officer and enlisted caps of the Heer, Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine and Waffen-SS are shown in over high-quality photographs, and described in detailed text. Rare and common caps are presented in both full view and up close detail showing insignia, piping, and manufacturer´s tags/markings. Caps in wear are also shown in war era portraits of officers and enlisted men from the various Wehrmacht service arms.