Air Division, Control Commission for Germany, British Element, 1st ed., June 1946. Xvi + 280 pp., charts, 2 of which are fldg. Rebound in brown cloth ; gilt title to spine; 29 x 20cm. V.G.+. Published in 1946, this is a 'Restricted' and very scarce study on the supply organisation of the Luftwaffe during the Second World War. The information was largely based on interviews with important Luftwaffe figures and officers and it examines the advantages and weaknesses of the system. Part 1 covers : The Supreme Command of the Armed Forces ; The Ministry of Armaments and War Production ; The Organisation of the German Air Force ; The Air Ministry ; The Organisation of Supply in the Field ; A Summarized Survey of the German Air Force Organization : Its Merits and Defects, with Particular Reference to its Bearing on Supply. Part 2 covers : Details of Air Ministry Departments Connected with Supply ; Production and Provisioning ; Financial Control ; Selection and Training of Personnel Employed in Supply and Technical Positions ; Movement ; Motor Transport ; Field Installations ; Repair and Salvage ; Inspection ; Campaign in the Ukraine ; Identification of Equipment. This publication contains charts, two of which are folding, and appendices. VERY SCARCE.