Selon les termes du Traité de Versailles en 1919, l'Allemagne n'a pas le droit d'avoir une aviation militaire.

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  • Selon les termes du Traité de Versailles en 1919, l'Allemagne n'a pas le droit d'avoir une aviation militaire. Mais des pilotes allemands sont secrètement formés pour l'aviation militaire en Union soviétique à la fin des années 1920, puis en Allemagne au début des années 1930, sous le couvert de l'Association allemande des sports aériens (en allemand : Deutscher Luftsportverband (DLV)) à l'école des pilotes centrale commerciale (en allemand : Verkehrs der Zentrale Fliegerschule (ZVF)).La formation de la Luftwaffe a été officiellement annoncée en février 1935, par son commandant en chef (en allemand : Oberbefehlshaber der Luftwaffe) ; le Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring, en violation flagrante du traité de Versailles. Grâce à d'importantes subventions, la Luftwaffe devint la force aérienne la plus puissante en Europe au cours de ses premières années.
  • 第二次世界大戦中のドイツ空軍の編成について解説する。
  • Between 1933 and 1945, the organization of the Luftwaffe underwent several changes. Originally, the German military high command decided to use an organizational structure similar to the army and navy, treating the branch as a strategic weapon of war. Later on, during the period of rapid rearmament, the Luftwaffe was organized more in a geographical fashion.Under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles (1919), Germany was prohibited from having an air force, with the former German Empire's Luftstreitkräfte disbandment in 1920. German pilots were secretly trained for military aviation, first in the Soviet Union during the late 1920s, and then in Germany in the early 1930s. In Germany, the training was done under the guise of the German Air Sports Association (German: Deutscher Luftsportverband (DLV)) at the Central Commercial Pilots School (German: Zentrale der Verkehrs Fliegerschule (ZVF)).The formation of the German air arm was openly announced in February 1935, with Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring as its Commander-in-Chief (German: Oberbefehlshaber der Luftwaffe), in blatant defiance of the Versailles Treaty. Initial plans were for long-term growth of the Luftwaffe over a period of five years with the intention of using the Luftwaffe as a strategic force. These plans were changed several times, especially after the death of Walter Wever and the succession of Ernst Udet. The focus and role of the Luftwaffe became one of ground support for the German Army during its Lightning War (German: Blitzkrieg) campaigns. Göring, using his political capital, was able to get significant resources allocated to the Luftwaffe, more so than the army (German: Heer) or the navy (German: Kriegsmarine). This made the Luftwaffe one of the most powerful force in Europe during its initial years. Partly due to its ground support role, the Luftwaffe was reorganized in a fashion similar to the army units, with one unit controlling a specific area. Each Luftwaffe unit was self-contained and had complete control over all aspects of Luftwaffe forces in that area.Before becoming head of the Luftwaffe, Göring was Interior Minister of Prussia. In this position he had formed his own army, starting from a 400 men police department to regiment size. When Göring took over the Luftwaffe, he brought the regiment along with him to the Luftwaffe and created his own ground forces in the form of Luftwaffe Field Divisions and Paratrooper Regiments (German: Fallschirmjäger) under the Luftwaffe. He eventually included a tank regiment (Fallschirm-Panzer Division), Flak units and a signals regiment (German: Luftnachrichten Regiment) under the Luftwaffe umbrella.
  • In questa pagina viene descritta l'organizzazione della Luftwaffe mentre era parte della Wehrmacht, intendendo con ciò la catena di comando (partendo dal livello più alto, l'Oberkommando der Luftwaffe, scendendo verso il livello operativo con le Luftflotte, da cui dipendevano a loro volta Geschwader, Gruppe e Staffel), l'addestramento, la vita in caserma, lo stipendio del personale e i simboli della forza armata.
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  • Selon les termes du Traité de Versailles en 1919, l'Allemagne n'a pas le droit d'avoir une aviation militaire.
  • 第二次世界大戦中のドイツ空軍の編成について解説する。
  • In questa pagina viene descritta l'organizzazione della Luftwaffe mentre era parte della Wehrmacht, intendendo con ciò la catena di comando (partendo dal livello più alto, l'Oberkommando der Luftwaffe, scendendo verso il livello operativo con le Luftflotte, da cui dipendevano a loro volta Geschwader, Gruppe e Staffel), l'addestramento, la vita in caserma, lo stipendio del personale e i simboli della forza armata.
  • Between 1933 and 1945, the organization of the Luftwaffe underwent several changes. Originally, the German military high command decided to use an organizational structure similar to the army and navy, treating the branch as a strategic weapon of war.
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  • 第二次世界大戦中のドイツ空軍の編成
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