The Luftwaffe Fighters' Battle of Britain
by Chris Goss
This book is the result of about twenty years of research - here German and British fighter pilots tell us in their own words about the 1940 air strikes. During the past war year, the Luftwaffe had only faced a combination of disorganized, as well as technically and numerically inferior opponents. Hopefully, the book will allow the reader to look at the Battle of Britain from a different perspective, and gain insight into how it felt to fly against a stubborn enemy like the RAF, who had nothing to lose besides the Battle of Britain.
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