Phoenix Triumphant The Rise and Rise of the Luftwaffe

By: Hooton, ER

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320 pp in great order, 800g for post. British historian Hooton uses published sources and archival material to tell a familiar story from a fresh perspective. He describes the development of German air power (Luftwaffe) that began in 1930, well before Hitler's seizure of power, and reached its zenith with the destruction of France in 1940. He focuses on organization, training and equipment, and provides a solid analysis of the Luftwaffe's operational employment, including the occupations of Austria and Czechoslovakia. He also explains how the Germans circumvented the restrictions of the Versailles Treaty to build up the Luftwaffe during the interwar years. The Luftwaffe was more than a ground-support force, the author maintains; its primary mission was to secure air superiority. author info > Edward R. Hooton is a defence writer, who has authored multiple books including publications for the Jane's Information Group.

Title: Phoenix Triumphant The Rise and Rise of the Luftwaffe

Author Name: Hooton, ER


Publisher: UK, Arms and Armour Press: 1994

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Excellent

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Size: 24.5cm

Seller ID: 010998

Keywords: Hooton Luftwaffe War,