A new analysis of the Battle of Britain, told unusually from the perspective of the Luftwaffe, detailing its plans to crush Fighter Command and win the war with air power.
Doug Dildy is a USAF Academy graduate and former USAF colonel with a degree in history. He attended the US Armed Forces Staff College and USAF Air War College and holds a Master's Degree in Political Science. Doug has written campaign studies of the Battle of Britain for both the RAF Salute magazine and the USAF's Air Power History journal. He has also authored several articles covering the Dutch, Danish and Norwegian air arms' defence against the German invasions of 1940 for notable US aviation history magazines. He is a regular contributor to the amateur modelling magazine Small Air Forces Observer.
"...Dildy builds a convincing case for how the Luftwaffe's
defeat was caused in great part by its own blunders, keeping alive
Britain and its Allies' chance to eventually vanquish Nazi
Splendid color artwork by Graham Turner, maps, black-and-white photographs and more illustrate this 96-page paperback." - Toy Soldier & Model Figure
"I thoroughly enjoyed reading this informative book, and
recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Battle of Britain."
- IPMS / USA
"An interesting book on the German side of the Battle of Britain, with some nice photos and great maps which help picture the battles." - KitMaker Network