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Germany More than any of Hitler’s closest political allies, Albert Speer, his Minister of Armaments from 1942 to 1945, remains a perplexing 19 / Germany figure. 5 One of his favorite tricks was to stress the difference between his industrial activities and those of Heinrich Himmler’s SS. 6 During his research for Infiltration in German archives, he decided to calculate how much of Germany’s industrial effort in June–July 1944, when war output peaked, was devoted to aircraft construction. In doing this, he was definitely not trying to enhance his reputation as a managerial genius, because his ministry had only taken over Luftwaffe production in March 1944.
Industrially and technologically, the war was primarily a competition of aircraft development and construction. In Germany the construction of airframes, air engines, and the weapons and machinery needed to power and arm aircraft made up at least 50 percent of German production every year of the war, and at certain times reached up to 55 percent. In the UK the percentage was even higher. Other elements of the air and sea war took up large percentages of construction, from warship building and merchant shipbuilding, to anti-aircraft artillery (the vast majority of which was used in an anti-aircraft role and not in a ground war role as it is sometimes believed) and all the technological developments that went into the war in the air and sea.
Why Midway mattered more than El Alamein or Kursk is that replacing the equipment losses after the battle was considerably more difficult. 12 Instead it was the loss of four aircraft carriers, which could not be replaced for a number of years. German aircraft losses outside combat also became astonishingly large in 1943 and 1944. A digest of Luftwaffe losses on a weekly basis indicates that destruction of aircraft in non-operational duties almost doubled between 1942 and 1943. ) Such losses were much higher than those suffered by the Luftwaffe supporting the German army in any land battle, except perhaps those in western Europe from the summer of 1944 onwards.