This is the 23rd volume of Luftwaffe Im Focus, the series that compiles archive photography of Luftwaffe aircraft during World War Two. This edition features: Scenery: Hit in the Cockpit! (JG 26); Colour Photos of a Seldom-Seen Kampfgeschwader (I./KG 28); Aircraft in Focus: An Extraordinary Aircraft from the Defence of the Reich – The Fw 190 of Major Philipp, Geschwaderkommodore of JG 1; Unknown Emblems: 7.(H)/12’s “Jaunty Dachshund”; Photos with a Story: Target: Kramators- kaya Tank Works (KG 55 – 1941); Unusual: The Camouflaged Tarpaulin; Fate: Shot Down Over the Murmansk Railway – The Fate of a KG 30 Crew in the Summer of 1942; Documents: II./NJG 1’s 100th Night Victory; Close-Support Aircraft: Ground Attack Pilot in the Closing Months of the War – Night Close-Support Missions by 2./EJG 2 in April-May 1945; Fighters: Me 262 A-1a of JG 7, April 1945; Bombers: Ar 234 of III/KG 76; As well as photos of Ju 290, DFS 230 of St.G. 2, Ju 87 with an impressive snorting rhinoceros-Emblem, colour photos of the emblem of IV./KG 54 and photos to more topics
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