Luftwaffe Bombers In The Battle Of Britain
The Battle of Britain (July to October 1940), one of World War II's turning points, as seen by the German attackers who ultimately lost the battle Personal accounts from the men who flew the Messerschmitt fighters and Junkers bombers Riveting stories of wheeling dogfights with British Spitfires and bomb runs amid exploding flak Packed with photos of pilots, crews, planes, equipment, and more
Spitfire is the third installment of Jack DuArte's World War II Series. The setting is Great Britain in 1940, immediately before and during the epic Battle of Britain. Fighting a superior number of Luftwaffe bombers and fighters, the valiant Royal Air For
Chronicles the air war above Britain from March 1942 to June 1943 and includes in-the-cockpit accounts from German and British pilots Assesses offensive and defensive tactics Incorporates hundreds of rarely seen photos As the Battle of Britain came to a c
As the Battle of Britain came to a close, the Luftwaffe began arming its single-engined fighters with bombs, using them in preference to twin-engined bombers against many daylight targets. Two units were designated for these Jagdbomber (literally fighter
Following the Battle of Britain, the RAF started taking the air war to the Germans. A small number of bombers, escorted by large numbers of fighters tried to force the Luftwaffe into battle. Much air combat ensued with RAF light bombers escorted by scores of fighters, but it was not until Germany invaded Russia in June 1941 that operations were stepped up in an effort to take pressure of Stalin's Russian Front.
The sky over Britain in 1940 was the scene of one of the decisive battles of World War II, when the Royal Air Force defeated the Luftwaffeâ s bid to gain air superiority and open the way for Operation Sealion. Eagle Day is a two- player wargame covering the most critical period of the Battle of Britain. The Luftwaffe player must move bombers and their escorts to attack targets in Britain, while the RAF player must utilize interceptors to stop them.