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The system of target selection applied by the German Air Force in World War II (USAF historical studies) epub

by Paul Deichmann


The system of target selection applied by the German Air Force in World War II (USAF historical studies) epub

ISBN: 0891261613

ISBN13: 978-0891261612

Author: Paul Deichmann

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Language: English

Publisher: MA/AH Pub (1980)

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No. 151 The German Air Force in the Polish Campaign of 1939, by William Speidel (1956). No. 186 The System of Target Selection Applied by the German Air Force i. . 152 The German Air Force in France and the Low Countries 1939-1940, Wilhelm Speidel (1958). 186 The System of Target Selection Applied by the German Air Force in World War II, by Paul D. Deichmann (1956).

PAUL DEICHMANN (27 August 1898 - 10 January 1981) was a German World War II Luftwaffe general and recipient . With the official establishment of the German Air Force in 1934 he entered the Reich Air Ministry

PAUL DEICHMANN (27 August 1898 - 10 January 1981) was a German World War II Luftwaffe general and recipient of the Knight’s Cross of the Iron in recognition of successful military leadership. Born in Fulda in 1898, he entered the Imperial Army in 1916 as a cadet in the 86th Regiment of Fusiliers. He was commissioned a lieutenant a week before his 18th birthday. With the official establishment of the German Air Force in 1934 he entered the Reich Air Ministry. In 1935 he was posted to the Luftwaffe General Staff and received his majority that August. In 1937 he became unit commander of the II Gruppe of the 253rd Bomber Wing and was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel in 1938.

Information officers throughout the Air Force want historical materials for public relations purposes. The task of preparing such a volume was undertaken by the USAF Historical Division as a phase of its work on World War II. Scope. Members and former members of the Air Force are interested in the units with which they have served. Government agencies and private individuals, for various reasons, seek information about Air Force units and their histories. This book is concerned primarily with the combat (or tactical) groups that were active during the Second World War.

the German Air Force for the United States Air Force Historical Division

German Air Force Operations in Support of the Army, written by General der Flieger a. D. Paul Deichmann and first published in 1968, is one of a series of historical studies written by, or based on information supplied by, former key officers of the German Air Force for the United States Air Force Historical Division.

The Army Air Forces in World War II is a seven-volume work describing the actions of the . Army Air Corps (from June 1941, the . Army Air Forces) between January 1939 and August 1945. It was published between 1948 and 1958 by the University of Chicago Press under the auspices of the Office of Air Force History.

German Air Force Operations in Support of the Army, written by General der Flieger a. Paul Deichmann and first published in 1968, is one of a series of historical studies written by, or based on information supplied by, former key officers of the German Air Force for the United States Ai.

One is The System of Target Selection Applied by the German Air Force in World War II, by Paul D. Deichmann

One is The System of Target Selection Applied by the German Air Force in World War II, by Paul D. Deichmann. Deichmann was a general in the Luftwaffe during ww2. From that study, missions of the Luftwaffe: 1. Counter air. Attacks on enemy aircraft, bases and supporting industry 2. Direct support of troops. Attacks on the enemy army. 3. Support of the navy.