This photocopy was initially questioned by MLRS: we were not sure of we could reproduce it in such a way that it would be legible. However, after some hard work we managed to get it into a reasonable shape. The importance of this document cannot be overstated, as it is the only official analysis of German fighter tactics in English to have survived the war. It covers the organisation and mobility of the German Air Force, ground attack operations, sweeps against aerial targets, defensive patrols, fighter escort, attacks against bombers (split into single- and twin-engined aircraft attacks), special methods of attacking bombers (including rocket attacks), jet and rocket propelled fighter operations, day air defence of Germany, the quality of fighter pilots and commanders throughout the war and a German Air Force evaluation of Allied fighter aircraft, pilots and tactics. The title has a wealth of important information which should not be missed. Highly recommended for content, even though some care is needed when reading.