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 The German War File - Bombers & Bombing Raids 1942-1945

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PostSubject: The German War File - Bombers & Bombing Raids 1942-1945   Thu Jun 25, 2009 9:28 pm

With the failure of the German Bomber 'B' programme to find a replacement for the existing medium bombers, and the continuing problems with the Heinkel He-177, the Luftwaffe found itself being forced to keep in production types with which it had entered the war. The heavy losses in Russia and the growing effectiveness of allied air power was having a dire impact on the ability of the German bomber force to carry out its role. In 1943, when the Luftwaffe once more launched night bomber raids against the UK, the effectiveness of the night flyer defence led to very high losses. The decline of the Luftwaffe bombing arm is covered in the operations of the varied aircraft types employed, down to Germany's surrender in May, 1945. Also shown are flying boats and float planes, seen operating from the Mediterranean through to the Arctic Ocean.

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