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Alarmstart South completes Patrick Eriksson's Alarmstart trilogy on Second World War German fighter pilots, detailing their experiences in the Mediterranean theater (1941-1944), and during the closing stages of the war over Normandy, Norway ...

Author: Patrick G. Eriksson

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ISBN: 1398112372

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New in paperback - The personal reminiscences of Luftwaffe veterans and original documents and images give a unique insight into the Mediterranean theatre and late aerial war battles.
2022-06-15 By Patrick G. Eriksson

... Bodley Head, 2012 Edgerton, David, Britain's War Machine, Penguin, 2012 —Warfare State, Britain 1920–1970, Cambridge University Press, 2006 Eriksson, Patrick G., Alarmstart South and Final Defeat, Amberley, 2019 Fennell, Jonathan, ...

Author: James Holland

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781473574298

Category: History

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'James Holland is the best of the new generation of WW2 historians.' Sebastian Faulks 'Holland's skill lies in bringing these warriors to life with vivid prose.' The Times Shortlisted for the 2021 British Army Military Book of the Year _________________________________________________ This is the story of the biggest seaborne landing in history. Codenamed Operation HUSKY, the assault on Sicily on 10 July 1943 remains the largest amphibious invasion ever mounted. That day, over 160,000 Allied troops were dropped from the sky or came ashore to begin the fight for Europe. The subsequent thirty-eight-day Battle for Sicily was one of the most dramatic of the entire war, involving daring raids by special forces, deals with the Mafia, attacks across mosquito-infested plains and perilous assaults up almost sheer faces of rock and scree. Made worse by virulent disease and extreme heat, the Allies also had to fight their way across an island of unforgiving landscape and limited infrastructure against a German foe who would not give up. Victory would signal the beginning of the end of the War in the West. From here on, the noose began to tighten around the neck of Nazi Germany. The coalition between the United States and Britain finally came of age. And it was a crucial dry run for Operation OVERLORD, the invasion of Normandy on D-Day a year later.
2020-09-03 By James Holland

... Markings Part I (JaPo, Hradec-Králové, 2005) Deboeck, Marc, Larger, Eric and Poruba, Tomás, Focke-Wulf Fw 190D – Camouage & Markings Part II (JaPo, Hradec-Králové, 2007) Eriksson, Patrick G., Alarmstart South and Final Defeat – ...

Author: Robert Forsyth

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472849328

Category: History

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The Fw 190D-9 – the 'long-nosed' Dora – represented the cutting edge and pinnacle of wartime Germany's piston-engine aviation development. This new history by leading German aviation specialist Robert Forsyth reveals what it was like to pilot her in combat as Germany desperately battled to remain in the war. Arguably one of the finest piston-engined fighters ever built, the Focke-Wulf Fw 190D-9 raised the bar in terms of aircraft design and operational capability during World War II. Designed by Kurt Tank, the 'long-nosed' Fw 190D9 'Dora' bettered most of the fighters that the Allied and Soviet air forces could field when it first appeared in the skies over the Western and Eastern Fronts in 1944. Indeed, with experienced German pilots at the controls it proved to be an immediate match for even the later-mark Griffon Spitfire and the P-51D/K. Well-armed, with two 13mm machine guns and two 20mm cannon, the D-9 began to equip Luftwaffe units from August 1944. Later on in the war, one of the key missions of the D-9 was to provide top cover for Me 262 jet fighters when they were at their most vulnerable during take-off and landing. Featuring first-hand accounts, photographs, artwork and innovative and colourful 3D ribbon diagrams, this fascinating volume portrays what it was like to fly the superlative Fw 190D-9 in combat, providing a realistic insight in to how German pilots used the superb Focke-Wulf aircraft in combat against American, British and Russian fighters in the Defence of the Reich in 1944–45.
2022-02-17 By Robert Forsyth

... And when the last name is a common and how sturdily they trainp along , in their power excellence in markmanafter the two grandfathers . Imagine one , the trouble is still further increased even in the bitter cold of an Alpine win ...

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ISBN: NYPL:33433007769015

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Alarmstart ! Alarmstart ! Take off and assemble 5,000 metres over the airfield . We were in the air in seconds , our whole ... My pulse beat faster . ... In the western and south - western parts of the town lay numerous smoke clouds .

Author: Francis L. Marshall

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ISBN: NYPL:33433049372612

Category: Air warfare

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En historisk beskrivelse af denne variant af det berømte tyske jagerfly. Messerschmitt Bf 109T, "TONI" var bestemt for at operere fra hangarskibet "Graf Zeppelin", som dog aldrig blev anvendt.

Author: Noah Webster

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ISBN: UOM:39015046802719

Category: English language

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1971 By Noah Webster