Winged Victory for the Allies Becomes More Likely While Germany Waits
Hitler missed his chance at Munich. Then he had two and one-half times as many airplanes as the Allies. The tide is now turning and Germany's chance for success grows steadily less as, month by month, the Allies close the gap. British and French production rate, including planes from the U. S., actually passed the German monthly rate last fall, but Germany will still lead in total numbers of available planes until early in 1941.
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