Christmas in Courland 1944


This article tells the story of the Luftwaffe flying units in the encircled Courland Pocket on Christmas Day of 1944, including the series of successful ground-attack and fighter operations flown to the front in the early afternoon, and the attempts by the German pilots and ground personnel to celebrate the special day despite being cut off from their homeland. The 15-page article includes numerous first-hand accounts from the men who were there.
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