Daniel Uziel. Arming the Luftwaffe: The German Aviation Industry in World War II. Jefferson: McFarland, vii + pp. $ (paper), ISBN. Daniel Uziel, author of Arming the Luftwaffe, has meticulously researched the rise of German Air Force aircraft production from its creation in to its final. “Based on German records, Allied intelligence reports, and eyewitness reports, this study explores the military, political, scientific, and social aspects of.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. The inherent weaknesses of the use of slave labor begin to show up as well. Yet, such surge in product yielded little effect on the war due to severe shortage of synthetic aviation fuel and well-trained pilots, and it could only be seen as a desperate and futile struggle by the Third Reich. Such attacks were disastrous to the German military especially Luftwaffe and Panzer troops.
Scott rated it really liked it Jul 14, Stockfish rated it it was amazing Mar 17, What I like the most is the lessons learned that one can defer by all the mistakes made in the decision process for a lot of activities, from organizing new plants to develop new aircrafts and engines. Based on German records, Allied intelligence reports, and eyewitness accounts, this study explores the military, political, scientific and s During World War II, aviation arminng among the largest industrial branches of the Third Reich.
He uses this as an excellent example of the weakness of the system and the failure of the industry to play its part. James Kubecki hte it Oct 14, About 40 percent of total German war production, and two million people, were involved in the manufacture of aircraft and air force equipment.
There was no longer money, resources, or time for the social perks that had made the industry so popular to the people. What I like the most is the lessons learned For someone interested in how military economy was organized in the third Reich in this case with focus on the aviation industrydevelopment of armong weapons, procurement of weapons for the Air Force, production estimates, production planning, how to organize production, how to organize workers, problems occurred, why expectations were not fulfilled, problems with current aircrafts, etc There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Middlethought rated it it was amazing Aug 05, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Jonathan marked it as to-read Oct 21, This book addresses the Luftwaffe industry with an emphasis on production.
Along with the new factories came improved housing and new amenities. Amit marked it as to-read Nov 21, Toryn Green added it Oct 21, Pero Obad added it May 21, No trivia or quizzes yet. Lutwaffe marked it as to-read Apr 04, Books by Daniel Uziel. Sep 30, Yifan Evan Xu Hsu rated it it was amazing. Aug 12, Pierfrancesco Aiello rated it it was amazing Shelves: I highly recommend this book to WWII fans.
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And the following is a resource discussing the allied bombing that partly destroyed German’s synthetic fuel production. The creation of the aircraft industry was a total social change.
Jordi Mas added it Dec 23, DomovoiReader marked it as to-read Dec 25, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The author presents a very detailed study of the development and destruction of the German aviation industry during the course of the Second World War. However, there are more about Lutfwaffe than merely pilots.