Pilot and Aircrew training in the Luftwaffe 1921-1945

This is a complete accout of the training methods used by the Germans for Aircrew from the end of the First World War to 1945.

It starts with a brief resum? of the conditions imposed on German air forces by the Versailles Treaty and the attempts to circumvent the restrictions.

It then turns to the evolution of the Luftwaffe and how training developed and covers the whole period through to the end of the Second World War.

It is a simply fascinating account for anyone interested in the Luftwaffe and how it put such an effective air force into battle.

  • 978-1-905973-03-3
  • Werner Kreipe and Rudolf Koester
  • US Air Force
  • 2006
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