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1935 to 1945

Luftwaffe 1935 to 1945 An in-depth look at the German air force (Luftwaffe) during World War II, All the planes used, such as, Arado Ar 196, Fieseler Fi 103 V-1 flying bomb, Junkers Ju 52 and Messerschmitt Me 262, development history, combat service, technical information, and pictures.

In 1939 to 1940, the Luftwaffe helped the German army to astonishingly rapid success in both Eastern and Western Europe, but failed to win control of the skies over Britain. Later on, despite its best efforts, it could not prevent the defeat of Germany either by day, or by night, owing to constant Allied bombing of Germany's factories and cities by a numerically overwhelming force of bombers based in England. This was coupled with the advances of the Soviet armies from the East, as numbers of available German aircraft dwindled in the face of ever growing numbers of Soviet aircraft. The Luftwaffe was, however, notable in putting the world's first jet fighter and the world's only rocket powered fighter into action during the war.
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