By Bernd Barbas, JG 54 Grünherz, JG 77 Herz-As, JG 300, JG 301, and JG 400., JG 302 Wilde Sau, Volume II covers: JG 53 Pik-As
Quantity II covers: JG fifty three Pik-As, JG fifty four GrÃ¼nherz, JG seventy seven Herz-As, JG three hundred, JG 301, JG 302 Wilde Sau, and JG four hundred.
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In both campaigns, the Prussian/German field armies, making use of the railways and being controlled by telegraph, deployed along what were, by contemporary European standards, extremely broad fronts . Organized in massive groupings that 22 EARLY GERMAN CAMPAIGNS numbered over 100,000 men each, they entered the enemy's country from two or three different directions at once . Although operating independently of each other, they were still able to carry out a series of coordinated maneuvers designed to bring them onto the enemy's flank and rear.
Advancing into the enemy's rear even though his front is still intact, they will be in a position to overrun bases, tear up railroads, block roads, and intercept convoys of every kind. This capability can be seen clearly in the history of every war of maneuver from France in 1940 through Suez in 1973 to the Gulf in 1991 . Air power fits into this formulation by supporting maneuver. Without air, maneuver cannot be consummated ; and air, by inhibiting enemy maneuver, facilitates one's own maneuver .
37 No progress whatsoever had been made in the coordination of air power with armored forces, given that tanks in Spain were only present in small numbers and, in view of the nature of the terrain and of the struggle itself, tended to be used overwhelmingly in the infantry-support role . Richthofen himself, while on maneuvers, noted that the army's generals, specifically Heinz Guderian, failed to understand either the capabilities or limitations of air power . " 38 In Poland, the German Wehrmacht was able to practice maneuver warfare for the first time and on a grand scale.
Aircraft of the Luftwaffe Fighter Aces II by Bernd Barbas, JG 54 Grünherz, JG 77 Herz-As, JG 300, JG 301, and JG 400., JG 302 Wilde Sau, Volume II covers: JG 53 Pik-As