Series: Eastern Front Air Battle

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Barbarossa: The Air Battle July-December 1941 by Christer BergströmBook 1
Stalingrad: The Air Battle: 1942-January 1943 by Christer BergströmBook 2
Kursk: The Air Battle, July 1943 by Christer BergströmBook 3
Bagration to Berlin: The Final Air Battles in the East 1944-1945 by Christer BergströmBook 4

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  1. From Barbarossa to Odessa: The Luftwaffe and Axis Allies Strike South-East June - October 1941, Vol. 1: The Air Battle for Bessarabia: 22 June-31 July 1941 by Dénes Bernád (2007)
  2. The German Air War in Russia by Richard R Muller (1992)
  3. Stopped at Stalingrad: The Luftwaffe and Hitler's Defeat in the East, 1942-1943 by Joel S. A. Hayward (1998)
  4. Luftwaffe Fighters & Fighter-Bombers over the Far North by Kjetil Aakra (2008)
  5. From Barbarossa to Odessa: The Luftwaffe and Axis Allies Strike South-East June - October 1941-Volume 2 by Jean-Louis Roba (2008)
  6. Jagdwaffe V5 Sec 4- Jet Fighters and Rocket Interceptors 1944-1945 (Luftwaffe Colours) by Eddie Creek (2005)
  7. Hungarian Air Force by George Punka (1994)
  8. Ju 88 Kampfgeschwader on the Western Front (Osprey Combat Aircraft 17) by John Weal (2000)
  9. Soviet Combat Aircraft of the Second World War, Vol. 2: Twin-Engined Fighters, Attack Aircraft and Bombers by Yefim Gordon (1999)
  10. Me 262, Volume Three by J. Richard Smith (2008)
  11. Air War Over Russia by Andrew Brookes (2003)
  12. Jagdgeschwader 54 : 'Grunherz' (Osprey Aviation Elite 6) by John Weal (2001)
  13. Bf 109 Defence of the Reich Aces (Aircraft of the Aces) by John Weal (2006)
  14. Zhukov at the Oder : the decisive battle for Berlin by Tony Le Tissier (1996)
  15. The War Diary of Hauptmann Helmut Lipfert by Werner Girbig (1992)

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