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“Zeppelins being also in the luftwaffe (or, translated, 'air force').”
“The luftwaffe owned all our asses in the war chaosof99”
“Triarii you are 100 percent correct … But The British airforce was even better and mauled the luftwaffe + their cars really arent that bad either (Also japanese cars are awesome to, one more for the axis)”
“With the penetration of cycling into it, it is nessesary to generate conflict. this will continue to happen, wether it is cars vs bikes, luftwaffe vs raf, or chef vs staff.”
“The glourious german luftwaffe did assist some what,but dug in panzer grenadiers with 18 dice,does have an effect.”
“The luftwaffe ruled the sky, but had limited success againstany real targets due to AA fire.”
“The blitz during World War II when Hitler's luftwaffe tried to bomb the city into submission.”
“Bundeswehr - Erstflug des EURO HAWK quelle luftwaffe. de 2.7.2010 Palmdale, Kalifornien,”
“Bundeswehr - Erstflug des EURO HAWK quelle luftwaffe. de 2.7.2010 Palmdale, Kalifornien, 02.07.2010.”
“I remember hearing something about an instance where patton became frustrated and fired his pistol at a luftwaffe aircraft.”
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Germany military terms, mainly hardware but also operational words. I'm not interested in glorifying war but I am nonetheless fascinated by how these words sound: the strange, stark beauty of words...
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