As for the German planes, their number in a note dated September 18, 1940 was determined in the 14200-15000, including bombers 4500-5000, 3500-4000 fighters, scouts 400-600, 3000 and 2800-3300 transportation of training  . Approximately the same numbers - up to 15,000 aircraft, of which 9000-9500 fighting - were called in paper of 11 March 1941 . However, dated the same number of special reports Intelligence of the General Staff of the Red Army number 660279ss assert that as of 1 March 1941, Germany had 20,700 airplanes, including 10,980 combat (including 4090 bombers, 1850 dive bombers, 1220 scouts and 3820 fighters) [ 699]. In fact, the German Air Force on February 22, 1941 totaled 5,259 aircraft , and by June of the same year - 6852 (including 2642 bombers, 823 reconnaissance and fighter aircraft in 2249) .
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