B-29 Superfortress by Alwyn T. Lloyd

By Alwyn T. Lloyd

Element & Scale Vol.25: B-29 Superfortress (Part 2)

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Elements of the Dutch air force challenged the troop-carrying Ju 52s, shooting down several before Bf 109s could intervene, demonstrating that airborne forces, however much they might fire the imagination, were not invulnerable. Despite the stubborn gallantry of the Dutch, resistance collapsed after the invader destroyed the central part of Rotterdam, duplicating the earlier bombardment of Warsaw. The German combined arms of air, infantry, and armor, with accompanying support troops, overwhelmed the opposition on the continent of Europe.

Negotiated in a single day by German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop and Vyacheslav M. Molotov, the Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs, the treaty gave Germany a free hand. Secret protocols to the agreement left the Baltic states in a Soviet sphere of interest and ceded a segment of eastern Poland to Stalin. Diplomacy had thus removed the danger of Soviet intervention on behaIf of his intended victim, and Hitler attacked Poland on September 1. Much to the surprise of both dictators, France and Great Britain declared war against Germany within two days of the onslaught.

Molotov, the Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs, the treaty gave Germany a free hand. Secret protocols to the agreement left the Baltic states in a Soviet sphere of interest and ceded a segment of eastern Poland to Stalin. Diplomacy had thus removed the danger of Soviet intervention on behaIf of his intended victim, and Hitler attacked Poland on September 1. Much to the surprise of both dictators, France and Great Britain declared war against Germany within two days of the onslaught. The conflict did not take the expected form, for bombs did not fall mercilessly on London, Paris, or Berlin, as predicted.

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