Messerschmitt 109 (Paperback)
At the beginning of World War II, a young Luftwaffe pilot, lured into defending Germany from an attack by a great enemy, soon learns the horrifying truth of Adolf Hitler's intent to conquer the world through violence. His world is shattered and tainted when he personally witnesses the bombing of innocent women and children.
Disgusted by Hitler's betrayal, he becomes reckless and full of hate, spiraling toward a showdown with devastating consequences.
Germany 1944--the end was coming for the Third Reich. It would take something incredible to stop the advancing allies on their final drive to end the war. A plane that was years ahead of its time, and the men who could fly it, would regain the edge that the Luftwaffe had lost.
A machine so powerful that the allies feared its very name, but as confusion and self-doubt gripped the young Luftwaffe pilots, questions begin to surface.
Who is really winning this war?