2019's additions and corrections to the site are listed opposite, with the most recent at the top.
Sonderstaffel Kaatsch: one addition about reconnaissance from Italy in support of 157. Reseerve Division
Nachtjagdstaffel Norwegen: one addition from a Kriegsmarine report
SG 4 and the Battle for Normandy: a British account of the bombing of Horsa Bridge on 8 June 1944
Invasion Watch, an addition for 5 May 1944
Kampfflieger Vol. 4: additions regarding the 26/27 August 1944 raid on Paris, including a bomb-damage photograph courtesy of Philippe Cannone
Kampfflieger Vol. 4: an expanded account of the raid on Bari (2 December 1943)
Kampfflieger Vol. 4: a report of aircrew opinions about the He 177 (19 February 1944)
Kampfflieger Vol. 4: an extensive account of the operation against convoy UGS-40, "ELEMENT"
Operation Paula (3 June 1940): numerous additions.
Adlertag (13 August 1940): additional details from OKW conferences.
He 111 torpedo operations: extracts added from Kriegsmarine War Diaries.
KGr. 100, the first weeks in France: two small additions (3 and 17 August 1940)
Camouflage and markings: an instruction given on 29 August 1940.
1940 loss reports: more about the RAF's attack on Eindhoven (9–10 September 1940)
Kommando Koch: an addition to the Operation Cerberus page from a Kriegsmarine chronology.
Operation Zeisig: more about two captured airmen.
NSG 9: Bernd Schewen and SG 151 aircraft, corrections thanks to Nigel Moore.
Various minor corrections.
Kommando Koch: extensive additions including No. 89 Squadron's "special Beaufighters" and centimetric radar; a little more about Führungskette X. Fliegerkorps; the Northolt Defiant Flight and the RAF "Moonshine" jamming sorties; German airborne jamming during The Channel Dash; RAF homing-on-jamming trials; and an early offer to the RAF of a VHF jammer.
Ghost Bombers … NSG 9: a letter from September 1944 about Canadian troops' experience of attacks by NSG 9.
Invasion Watch: addition of two reports by the Japanese Military Attaché on the results of sorties.
Various corrections to typos and layouts and evening out some page lengths.
Geschwader Bongart: additional material regarding Glières; a "special operation" by 9./SG 4 from Valence on 5 June 1944; the Battle of Guéret (thanks to the continuing efforts of Philippe Canonne); the later career of Bongart's Obltn. Higgelke, Kapitän of the 13. Staffel; a Kriegsmarine reference to Operation CADILLAC; sorties against Murat on 15 August.
I./JG 2 in Italy: extracts from Ob. SW daily situation reports.
Invasion Watch: several additions from Kriegsmarine sources including reconnaissance results from the early months of 1944.
JGr. 200: a table of pilots' victory clams.
III./SG 4 and the Battle for Normandy: expanded to include (amongst other things) more about live-fire exercises early in 1944 and operations in response to the Invasion.
KGr. 100 and the Coventry Blitz: German reports on damage caused by Operation Medium; figures for bomb tonnages dropped on Coventry and Birmingham; some duplicated material removed.
Corrections to typos and layouts, changes to pagination.
Kommando Koch: extensive new material on the unit's operations; more about the loss of an He 111 of Führungskette Fl.Kps. X; anti-jamming operations by the RAF's Nos. 49 and 86 Squadrons; a new page on British development from 1941 of systems to home on jamming aircraft; characteristics of the German Kobold jamming set.
Kommando Rastedter: a year-end assessment for 1943; more about development of the Roderich jammer and various smaller additions; a new page about radar-monitoring operations over the North Sea in Summer 1944.
Heinz Hauck and 6.(F)/123: an additional paragraph about suspected radars on Mediterranean fishing boats.
Sonderstaffel Kaatsch: numerous additions concerning the unit's operations during September 1944.
II./SG 10 in Yugoslavia: an addition about Ogefr. Franz Antes.