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FW 200 Condor Vs Atlantic Convoy: 1941-43

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With the fall of France in 1940, Germany suddenly had the opportunity to strike at poorly guarded Allied convoys. The Luftwaffe pressed into service the Fw-200 Condor, a plane that had originally been designed as a civilian airliner and the first plane to fly non-stop from Berlin to New York in 1938. After various modifications, the Fw-200 became the Luftwaffe's long-range maritime patrol and strike bomber. It was devastatingly effective; a single attack by five Condors on a convoy in February 1941 resulted in the sinking ...

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FW 200 Condor Vs Atlantic Convoy: 1941-43
2010, Osprey Publishing (UK), New York

ISBN-13: 9781846039171

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