Introduction /To War /Battle of France /Battle of Britain - The Western Battle /Battle of Britain - The Eastern Battle /1940 - The Final Days /Appendices /Colour Plates Commentary /Index
A fully illustrated study of the Luftwaffe's best known unit that most famously fought in the Battle of France and Battle of Britain, with strong appeal for all aviation enthusiasts and those interested in the Luftwaffe in the early years of World War 2.
Chris Goss is a recently retired senior Royal Air Force officer who has studied the 1939-45 air war over northwest Europe for many years, specialising in Luftwaffe air operations. He has amassed a substantial collection of original wartime material and photographs as a result of interviews and extensive correspondence with veterans and their families. Chris has written more than 14 books, including Bloody Biscay, Brothers in Arms and The Luftwaffe's Blitz, as well as Combat Aircraft 115: Fw 200 Condor Units of World War 2, which is due for publication by Osprey in 2016. Chris Davey has illustrated more than 30 titles for Osprey's Aircraft of the Aces, Combat Aircraft, and Aviation Elite Units series. He is one of the last traditional airbrush artists in the business and is based in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, UK.