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By Wilfried Kopenhagen

Proven are Soviet armored trains as used throughout the Russian Revolution, the Russian Civil warfare, and global conflict II.

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A war correspondent was aboard one of them; 'This afternoon's mission against Dunkirk puts all our previous operations in the shade! An absolute armada of aircraft fills the sky! Gruppe after Gruppe, Staffel after StaffeL, so tightly packed that their wingtips seem almost to be touching. Shoals of small black dots as far as the eye can see! 'We overfly Roermond and St Trond. Bathed in the sunlight of a warm spring day, a veil of mist hangs heavily in the sky. Then, just as we are approaching the leading spearheads of our ground troops, we are swallowed up by a dense wall of cloud.

It was thus the He 11 Is of Luftflotte 2 that played the pivotal role in the events of 10 May. KG 4 targeted airfields in Holland. I. Gruppe lost just one machine to a Dutch fighter during its attacks on Eindhoven, Gilze-Rijen and Ypenburg. /KG 4, whose objectives were Schiphol, Soesterberg and Waalhaven, did not fare so well. Having flown a loop over the North Sea, crews found themselves ahead of schedule. Being under strict orders not to cross the Dutch coast until 0530 hrs, the formation was forced to perform a complete 360-degree turn before heading in over the Hook of Holland.

KG 26 and all three Gruppen of KG 4. /KG 4 to stage demonstration and leaflet-dropping flights over the Danish capital, Copenhagen. /KG 4 were likewise to demonstrate over, and support the German landings at Kristiansand, Stavanger and Bergen. /KG 4, meanwhile, was to accompany the bulk of the remaining Heinkel Gruppen (I. /KG 26 and KGr. 100) in raids aimed at neutralising the defences guarding the day's primary objectives - the city of Oslo and its airfields. During these and subsequent missions at least three Heinkels were lost — one each at Oslo, Bergen and Kristiansand.

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