It's mainly dedicated to the analyses of some aeronautical and historical subjects (but not only).
Often, reading some of my old posts may be necessary to get a good understanding of the whole.
| to 1939, especially during the 1926-1937 interval, the French Minister
| |-- Aviation of the United Kingdom:
| | From the Spitfire to the Blenheim... There are superb narratives
| | on the behavior of very gallant warriors. Some deciders
| | displayed, at least, "inappropriate" attitudes, since the beginning
| | of WW II.
| |-- The French Air Forces: Specially vilified, but they fought very
| | gallantly with a lot of burden (e.g. the Morane 406 "fighter").
| |-- The Belgian Air Force gathered a lot of ill-matched aircrafts.
| | The deciders of this country might chose the Renard R 36,
| | a very good home-made fighter. But they did not conclude...
| |-- The Luftwaffe, conceived only to defeat France.
| | The next steps were never seriously considered by the high staffs.
| | So, they lack of strategic bombers as, also, of a sufficient amont of
| | fighters.
| |-- The Regia Aeronautica, initially a powerful Air Force, quickly
| | exhausted because involved in too much and distant conflicts
| | in France, Bakanic states, Russia, North and East Africa...
| | but a short legged, and too expensive bomber,