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Old 5th February 2018, 11:45
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Re: Phoenix - a complete history of the luftwaffe 1918-1945. Volume 1

Taitbb,

If you haven't got shelves and shelves of books on the Luftwaffe (mostly gathering dust), you could do a lot worse than purchase this one. It contains a lot of information that is spread over numerous books, some difficult to locate (and expensive to buy). Faults, sure, show me a book that doesn't have them. It is a mine of information, and will repay its purchase price many times over.

Try this: http://www.naval-military-press.com/...1918-1934.html

Col.
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