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LUFTWAFFE PROFILE SERIES

LUFTWAFFE PROFILE SERIES

THE LUFTWAFFE PROFILE SERIES NUMBER 17: VERTICAL TAKEOFF FIGHTER AIRCRAFT OF THE THIRD REICH The Flugzeng Profile series now appears here for the first time in complete English editions. Each volume covers a specific Luftwaffe aircraft in photographs, line schemes, and color profiles. Each volume, 52pp. Softcover, $15.00

MIT DER KAMERA AN DER FRONT ALS KRIEGSBERICHTER BEI DER I. (J)LG 2 UND DEM JG 77

  • $90.00
Book Type: C,O, bilingual with complete English text

by Alex Urbanke, bilingual with complete English text, 240 pages, around 10 maps, 170 b+w wartime photos, 54 color photos, 13 color profiles

The specialist literature includes extensive and well-illustrated publications about many German Jagdgeschwader and Jagdgruppen; however, one Gruppe which in terms of photos has been in a deep sleep for a long time is I.(J)/LG 2. Despite the fact that fighter pilots who later became well known, men like Ihlefeld, Geißhardt, Marseille, Harder, Strakeljahn and Kemethmüller, flew their first operational sorties and scored their first victories with the unit, the photographic material available to those with an interest in the unit is limited.

 Now, however, with Volume 3 in our Photographed by Soldiers series we can offer all fighter enthusiasts unique photo material. The foundation of this book is a collection of color slides in the estate of a former war reporter who accompanied I.(J)/LG 2 from the Channel in 1941, through the Balkans to Russia. He was with the unit in Russia in 1942 when it was renamed I./JG 77. With JG 77, in the summer of 1942 he took the last photos showing the commander of the Geschwader, Maj. Gollob, and his aircraft. The color images provide completely new and unexpected information about camouflage schemes, Staffel colors and emblems. To provide a complete picture of I.(J)/LG 2’s operational history, the color images are supplemented by impressive and never before seen black-and-white photos from the estates of various pilots and technicians who served with the Gruppe.

MIT DER KAMERA AN DER FRONT ALS KRIEGSBERICHTER BEI DER I. (J)LG 2 UND DEM JG 77

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