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by Eric Mombeek

eBook Jagdwaffe: Battle of Britain -Phase Three -Volume Two Section 3 (Luftwaffe Colours) ePub
Author: Eric Mombeek
Language: English
ISBN: 1903223075
ISBN13: 978-1903223079
Publisher: Classic Publications; 1st edition (August 1, 2005)
Pages: 96
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 782
Formats: lrf doc azw lit
ePub file: 1316 kb
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by Eric Mombeek with David Wadman & Martin Pegg. Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever. Jagdwaffe volume Three, section 3: War over the desert North Africa June 1940 - June 1942. Jagdwaffe Vol 2 Sect 3 Battle of Britain Sept 1940-Oct 1940.

The Volume Two, Section 2 titled Battle of Britain Phase Two . Volume three is a visual delight.

The Volume Two, Section 2 titled Battle of Britain Phase Two, August-September 1940 contains a 96 pages description of what happens in air warfare over Great Britain during the two months of the title. With this limitation a compromise between text and images is necessary and I think it is good. Eric Mombeek continues his four-volume LUFTWAFFE COLOURS history of the Battle of Britain with this 2002 book, covering events in September and October 1940. Over 200 black & white and color photos depict Jagflieger, their aircraft, RAF opponents, air combat scenes, crashlanded Bf 109s, etc.

Jagdwaffe Volume 2 Section 3. Battle of Britain Phase Three: September-October 1940. Eric Mombeek, David Wadman, Eddie . reek. Title: Jagdwaffe Volume 2 Section 3 Battle of Britain Phase Three: September-October 1940. Series: Luftwaffe Colours . ISBN-10: 1903223075. We are aware of 10 similar reference publications related to "Reference books (Cross topic-aircraft)". Messerschmitt Me163 & Heinkel He162.

Phase Three covers the final stages of the Battle of Britain, with the Luftwaffe switching its tactics to bombing London and deploying its fighters as fighter-bombers.

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Серия Luftwaffe Colours издательства Classic Publications посвящена краткой, но очень яркой истории ВВС Третьего рейха. Прекрасно иллюстрированный полный исторический обзор Люфтваффе 1933-1945гг. Авторы серии собрали большое количество редких цветных и ч/б фотографий. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Luger machanical features.

Jagdwaffe Vol. 2 : Battle of Britain. Covers the colours and camouflage of the Luftwaffe in the Battle of Britain. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781903223079. Release Date:August 2005.

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Phase Three covers the final stages of the Battle of Britain, with the Luftwaffe switching its tactics to bombing London and deploying its fighters as fighter-bombers.
sunrise bird
Jagdwaffe is a Classic Publications good series of brief books devoted to the Luftwaffe fighter force in the Second World War belonging to the most vast area of Classic Colours volumes. A total of five volumes and 20 books form the complete opera. This out of print serie starts about the 2000 so the oldest ones are being near 20 years old without updating.
The Volume Two, Section 2 titled Battle of Britain Phase Two, August-September 1940 contains a 96 pages description of what happens in air warfare over Great Britain during the two months of the title. With this limitation a compromise between text and images is necessary and I think it is good. The three authors, Eric Mombeek, David Wadman and Martin Pegg had reach a well and balanced result.

Black and white, only three are colour shot, epoca's photos, well known and unknown at the time of first printing too, are very well printed and distributed along the pages. Inside there are mainly various colur profiles of Bf.109 E, no other versions/fighters are depicted, and some badges of the various Fighter Groups involved into action. Usually the profiles represent the artist's (the well known Thomas Tullis,Eddie J. Creek and Arthur Bentley) interpretation of the real aircraft photograph shown near it and both are supported by extensive captions.
Various boxes, highlighted by background colors other than white, describe specific topics like, two for all, "Adolf Galland career" and "the real feasibility of Sealion Operation".
I think the last three pages devoted to the opposition are unnecessary.

Lastly, speaking generally of every volume of the serie (I have read less than ten Sections), a good read except for two points:
1) the lack of upgrading;
2) the excessive price normally requested (in my opinion a good price is comprised between 20,00 and 30,00 Euros, no more regardless they can be hard to find because today you can find more recent operas about the topic).
Ishnllador
Eric Mombeek continues his four-volume LUFTWAFFE COLOURS history of the Battle of Britain with this 2002 book, covering events in September and October 1940. These two months would see heavy combat and major changes in German tactics yet, at the end of October, Britain will have prevailed.

Just as Luftwaffe pressure on RAF Fighter Command bases and aircrew were having serious effects, Hitler shifted the thrust of the German attack, ordering massive attacks on London. While Londoners were to endure countless day and night attacks in the coming months, Hitler's decision effectively gave breathing space to the RAF and victory to the British. Heavy bomber losses on 15 September brought another change as Goering ordered Bf 109s to mount fighter-bomber strikes against London. And finally Hitler postponed Operation Sealion, the invasion of England. There would be more combats in the coming months but the fat lady had sung!

Mombeek does a nice job of presenting the 'big picture' during those momentous two months but is especially good at portraying the individual Jagflieger experience. Volume three features first-hand accounts by various pilots such as Hans-Ekkehard Bob, Werner Schuller and Fritz Losigkeit, a detailed bio of Franz Von Werra and diary entries from a fifth Bf 109 flier.

Volume three is a visual delight. Over 200 black & white and color photos depict Jagflieger, their aircraft, RAF opponents, air combat scenes, crashlanded Bf 109s, etc. Tom Tullis and Eddie Creek contributed 27 first-rate profiles of Bf 109s as flown by JG 3, 26, 27, 52, 53, 54, 77 and LG 2.

In summary, Mombeek's book is an excellent overview of operations during those two crucial months with lots of "I was there" accounts, tons of pix and great color artwork. A great package...Recommended.
Dordred
Although the Jagdwaffe series is a detailed examination of Luftwaffe fighter camouflage and markings and pictorial the series also covers the history of the Jagdwaffe. This particular book looks at the German preparation and plan of campaign for the Battle of Britain and covers the opening phase of the battle from 1 July to 12 August 1940. What I particularly like is the separate boxed text of interviews of Luftwaffe fighter pilots giving a brief history of themselves and usually also describing an exciting fighter engagement. Like the previous books in the series this book includes many photographs and colour profiles of Messerschmitt 109s that would prove invaluable to the keen modeling enthusiast. This book explains how and why Messerschmitt 109 E camouflage and markings changed in this period to tone down the colours against the channel and english countryside. Also included in this book is a six page biography on Werner Molders. This is an excellent book and series and is highly recommended to those who have an interest in the Luftwaffe and specifically Volume Two to those who have an interest in the Battle of Britain.
Global Progression
Section 2 Vol 2 of the Jagdwaffe series covers Phase 2 of the Battle of Britain. The book largely covers Aldertag and the battle for the airfields up to the period of September 6th. The books includes many magnificent photos (including downed Messerschmitts BF109s over English soil) and colour profiles as well as giving a good brief account of the daily fighting. The section concludes with the Luftwaffe slowing gaing the upper hand with British Fighter Command resources strained to the limit (especially that of its pilots). However this had come at a heavy price and had taken far longer than anticipated due to incorrect German intelligence. The book does show that the battle was furiously and hard fought and at this stage of the battle, victory was perhaps within the Luftwaffe's grasp.

The book also includes some individual pilot accounts of the battle and also includes a brief biography on Adolf Galland. This is yet another excellent book in the excellent Jagdwaffe series.
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