I previously plugged the article at this link. Very pleased to see that the second part has now been published.
You can grab it here for a small fee: http://airwarpublications.com/earticles/unit-history-earticles/
North Africa: Mechanics in front of Me 110 5F+UK of 2./H14, courtesy Bundesarchiv.
Andrew and Morten are doing excellent work in bringing interesting vignettes of the war to our attention, and hopefully many will support them.
The usual disclaimer still applies.
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:
Air War Publications – E-Articles
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.