It’s that time of the year again, the time where I have to plug my friends at Air War Publications. They just published the first part of the 2-part e-Article on 2.H/14, the German close-range aerial recce unit that worked hard to provide intel to the staff of Panzergruppe Afrika.
Examples of the intel provided are below:
Written reconnaissance report (in this case from the long-range recce outfit 1./F121)
Visual interpretation of enemy situation from the air (probably from 2./(H)14, see comment by Andrew below.
Luftwaffe mechanics working on a dis-assembled Hs126 close-range recce plane. From Pinterest.
You can find it at this link:
As always, the article is very well researched and written, and contains a number of rare pictures. Well worth the very low price for anyone interested in the war in North Africa.
Full disclosure: I reviewed the article and contributed data and (I think) some pictures to it. I have no financial interest in plugging it here.