Die Luftoffensive gegen die deutsche Treibstoffindustrie

In stock

Price incl. VAT, excl. delivery




Die luftoffensive gegen die deutsche treibstoffindustrie und der abwehreinsalz 1944-1945, is about the Allied attacks on the German fuel industry.

The air offense against the German fuel industry and - the defense 1944-1945 the air raids on the fuel industry met the German economy particularly heavily, because the gasoline supply was the Achilles' heel of the German army. In May 1944 Americans and British opened the oil offensive. Targets were the areas Leuna Merseburg, Leipzig - for Magdeburg Boehlen, Zeitz Troeglitz, Stettin Poelitz, Hamburg, Hannover, Hannover-Misburg, Bruex (Sudetenland), German fighters tried to stop the bomber stream in embittered air battles. This documentation describes in detail and comprehensively the air offensive, the defense employment and the effects on fuel supply and war situation.

Language: German

Additional product information

Publisher motor buch verlag
Author Werner Girbig
Language German

Browse this category: Military Aviation