Author: Werner Baumbach
The Life and Death of the Luftwaffe
Size: 51 MB
Though only 29 at the end of World War II, Werner Baumbach had already lived a fantastic career in aviation. Starting as a youthful glider expert in the clandestine Luftwaffe cadre under Goering, he finished the war as General of the Bombers, the highest post in the German bomber command. THE LIFE AND DEATH OF THE LUFTWAFFE Baumbach's story of the German air force from the early '30's to the final defeat is the complete account of German bombers in World War II and complements the story of German fighter forces told by Adolf Galland in The First and the Last.