Luftwaffe Field Divisions 1941–45

Luftwaffe Field Divisions 1941–45

Men-at-Arms 229
  • Author: Kevin Conley Ruffner
  • Illustrator: Ronald Volstad
  • Short code: MAA 229
  • Publication Date: 22 Nov 1990
  • Number of Pages: 48
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Hermann Göring raised the Luftwaffe Field Divisions [LwFD] during 1942, when Nazi Germany was still making spectacular gains but was first feeling the pinch of its losses on the Eastern Front. The Reichsmarschall decided to raise his own divisions for ground service under the command of Luftwaffe officers. On 17 September 1942, Göring called for volunteers from throughout the Luftwaffe for combat duty in the East. Even before that date, however, some Luftwaffe troops were heavily engaged against the enemy in Russia in a ground role. Kevin Conley Ruffner's engaging text tells the fascinating story of the LwFD.

Biographical Note

Ronald Volstad is one of the world's most respected military illustrators and has contributed to Osprey titles including the superb 'US Army Airborne 1940-90. He currently lives and works in Alberta, Canada.


Introduction Luftwaffe Ground Service in Russia, 1941-42 The Luftwaffe Field Regiments The Luftwaffe Field Divisions The Eastern Front 1942-43 The Army Takes Over War in the West The Mediterranean Theatre The End in the East The Plates

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