German Bombers

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The Luftwaffe's Weakest Link

At the outbreak of World War Two, German forces were recognised as the best equipped and most efficient in the world. The early successes of the Blitzkrieg campaign, however, disguised some fundamental deficiencies, especially in the Luftwaffe. Throughout the conflict, the Third Reich lacked an effective bomber and by the time this flaw was addressed it was too late. The price Germany and Hitler would pay for not investing in four-engine long range bombers would be enormous, and a major contributing factor in the outcome of the war. Narrated by Graham McTavish.


  1. Introduction
  2. Tactical Bombing
  3. The Early Years
  4. The Spanish Civil War
  5. Dornier Do17
  6. Focke-Wulf FW200
  7. Heinkel He111
  8. The Battle of Britain and beyond
  9. German failure