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Defense of the Third Reich 1941-45 (Fortress #107)

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During World War II Germany was subjected to the growing threat of Allied bomber attack, from RAF night bombing to American daylight bombing. From flak artillery to fortified structures, this book focuses on the land-based infrastructure of Germany's defense against the air onslaught.

The Third Reich created the most lavish Flak defenses of any country in World War II. This
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ebook, 64 pages
Published October 23rd 2012 by Osprey Publishing (first published January 1st 2012)
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For a country that initially believed it would never see its cities bombed, Germany certainly did take great measures (in relatively short order) to protect citizens from the eventual aerial pounding they received. Steven Zaloga’s DEFENSE OF THE THIRD REICH 1941-45 provides a captivating view of the ingenuity and bombast associated with systems and structures used to defend German cities from aerial attack. As part of the Osprey Publishing’
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Steven Zaloga, an internationally recognized military historian, has written numerous books on the vehicles and campaigns of World War II. He has appeared in programs on PBS and The Military Channel. He lives near Baltimore, Maryland.
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