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For anyone who is interested in the air war 1941 45 the information provided here is of inestimable value There are nothan a handful of Second World War Luftwaffe members alive today Patrick Eriksson had the foresight to record these experiences first hand before it was too late Some witnesses ended up as senior fighter controllers The recollections and views of the veterans are put within the context of the German aerial war history By no means all the witnesses were from the ranks of the so called 'aces' It was on the Eastern Front that essentially much of the Luftwaffe was destroyed and this is the subject of the second in the author's trilogy Death wasn't always in the air 'uick out of the aircraft the Russians are here The airfield had been overrun Chaos followed' In addition to giving voice to those who were there Patrick Eriksson describes pilot training and scrutinises the Luftwaffe's complicated victory claims system to find out if it really was as accurate as is often suggestedFor anyone who is interested in the air war 1941 45 the information provided here is of inestimable value There are nothan a handful of Second World War Luftwaffe members alive today Patrick Eriksson had the foresight to record these experiences first hand before it was too late Some witnesses ended up as senior fighter controllers The recollections and views of the veterans are put within the context of the German aerial war history By no means all the witnesses were from the ranks of the so called 'aces' It was on the Eastern Front that essentially much of the Luftwaffe was destroyed and this is the subject of the second in the author's trilogy Death wasn't always in the air 'uick out of the aircraft the Russians are here The airfield had been overrun Chaos followed' In addition to giving voice to those who were there Patrick Eriksson describes pilot training and scrutinises the Luftwaffe's complicated victory claims system to find out if it really was as accurate as is often suggestedFor anyone who is interested in the air war 1941 45 the information provided here is of inestimable value There are nothan a handful of Second World War Luftwaffe members alive today Patrick Eriksson had the foresight to record these experiences first hand before it was too late Some witnesses ended up as senior fighter controllers The recollections and views of the veterans are put within the context of the German aerial war history By no means all the witnesses were from the ranks of the so called 'aces' It was on the Eastern Front that essentially much of the Luftwaffe was destroyed and this is the subject of the second in the author's trilogy Death wasn't always in the air 'uick out of the aircraft the Russians are here The airfield had been overrun Chaos followed' In addition to giving voice to those who were there Patrick Eriksson describes pilot training and scrutinises the Luftwaffe's complicated victory claims system to find out if it really was as accurate as is often suggested