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The Luftwaffe was the official name of the German Air Force during World War II. Despite substantial curbs on their military imposed by the Treaty of Versailles, the Nazis organized clandestine training of pilots and the development of combat aircraft during the interwar years. Although a formidable weapon of war, the Luftwaffe was eventually overwhelmed by combat attrition and, at times, inept leadership.



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