Strategy for Defeat: The Luftwaffe, 1933-1945
by Williamson Murray
Publisher: AU Press 1983
Number of pages: 392
Dr. Murray's book provides a detailed analytical study of the development of the Luftwaffe. The author takes an in-depth look at the 'easy war' (1939-40) and the turn toward Russia in Operation Barbarossa. Dr. Murray investigates the war of attrition from 1942 through early 1944 and the reasons for the final demise of the Luftwaffe from April through September 1944.
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