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Axis Aviation Of WWII

With the NAZI take over, huge expenditures began for military aircraft. This was first done in secret, but Göring and Hitler made the new Luftwaffe public in 1935. Luftwaffe planners had to make a major decesion at an early stage. The Luftwaffe planners decided to build a tactical force to support ground operations, the rest is history. This forum is dedicated to Pictures and Stories of the Axis Aviation during WWII.

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