Schlachtflieger: Luftwaffe Ground-attack Units 1937-1945 by J. Richard Smith, C. Goss, M. Pegg, etc.

By J. Richard Smith, C. Goss, M. Pegg, etc.

;Schlachtflieger: Luftwaffe Ground-attack devices 1937-1945 (Luftwaffe shades) КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Schlachtflieger: Luftwaffe Ground-attack devices 1937-1945 (Luftwaffe Colours)Автор: J. Richard Smith, C. Goss, M. Pegg, etc.Издательство: Midland PublishingISBN: 1857802748Год: 2008Страниц: 98Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 49МБЯзык: английскийExamines the advance of ground-attack strategies and plane from the years sooner than the beginning of global warfare 2 via to the ultimate defeat of Nazi Germany in could 1945. Illustrated with photos and color works of art, this publication covers Luftwaffe air energy. it's of curiosity to modellers, and aviation historians.Скачать: Depositfiles UploadingHotfile zero

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During German air strikes that accompanied the enemy counter-attacks, Soviet troops took cover in an improvised bunker in Nemmersdorf. This, it transpired, was already occupied by fourteen or so German civilians. After the danger from the air seemed past, a Soviet officer ordered everyone out of the bunker. It was, apparently, shortly after this that a massacre of civilians began. Some–certainly the civilians from the bunker–were shot at close range, others attacked and battered to death with gun butts or entrenching tools.

Nonetheless, that morning the Russians found horses and carts queuing in front of the bridge over the River Angerapp. They drove their T-34s forward over the bridge, crushing the carts, animals and humans in their path, and pushed on into the apparently deserted–and defenceless–village beyond. Nemmersdorf. Of Nemmersdorf’s 637 recorded inhabitants, most had been evacuated. But, as the Russians discovered, not all of them. The fate of those who remained was undoubtedly a terrible one, but the historical record remains so confused, the issue so besmirched by wartime political expediency, that it is hard to be sure of all the details.

From 1943, Hitler would be referred to sarcastically by ordinary Germans as ‘Gröfaz’ – a play on the regime’s addiction to acronyms – standing forGrösster Feldherr aller Zeiten(greatest military commander of all time). Thus began Hitler’s final slump in the estimate of his compatriots, the one that ended only with his death on 30 April 1945. So, whatever the reality, before Stalingrad Hitler seemed self-evidently a genius. After Stalingrad, and especially by the beginning of 1945, to all except a tiny, fanatical minority, the Führer looked like a loser.

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