$ 336.62

DER ADLER 1942 Complete!
[Original]

 
 
 
Oberkommando der Wehrmacht
 
Original Collection
 
Format: 32.3 x 24.5 cm
Pages: different for each edition
 
Editor: Scherl Verlag
Main writer: Dr. Georg Böse, Berlin-Charlottenburg
Advertising manager: Willy Roth
Representative: dr. Wilhelm Herrmann, Berlin-Tempelhof
Publisher: August Scherl Nachfolger, Berlin SW68
 
Der Adler was the title of the illustrated propaganda magazine about the German Luftwaffe published in Berlin Scherl-Verlag, which was created with the help of the Reich Ministry of Aviation.

In addition to the Wehrmacht, Der Adler was one of the most widespread magazines of the German Wehrmacht.

The magazines contain pictures and articles about the work of the Luftwaffe, innovations, experience reports from missions, aircraft models, dogfights, Knight's Cross bearers, reports on friendly and warring armies, covering all elements of air force such as air defense, paratroopers etc.

Contents covered the campaigns on Poland, France and the Soviet Union, as well as the bombardment of England.

During the war, more and more articles about the air defense and ground operations of the paratroopers were published.

1. Jan-Edition
24 pp


2. Jan-Edition
24 pp
 
1. Feb- 1942
24 pp

2. Feb- 1942
24 pp


1. March- 1942
24
pp
 
2. March- 1942
24 pp

1. April- 1942
24 pp

2. April- 1942
24 pp

 
1. May- 1942
24 pp

 
2. May- 1942
24 pp

 
1. June- 1942
24 pp
 
2. June- 1942
24 pp
 
1. July- 1942
24 pp
 
2. July- 1942
24
pp
 
3. July- 1942
24 pp

 
1. Aug- 1942
24 pp
 
2. Aug- 1942
24 pp

 
1. Sept.- 1942
24 pp

 
2. Sept.- 1942
24 pp

 
1. Oct- 1942
24 Seiten

2. Oct- 1942
24 pp

1. Nov.- 1942
24 pp

2. Nov.- 1942
24 pp
 
1. Dec.- 1942
24 pp

2. Dec.- 1942
24 pp
 
3. Dec.- 1942
24 pp