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Fighter aircraft produced by country during World War II 1939-45

Published by Statista Research Department, 01/01/1998
During the Second World War, the warring states produced significant quantities of fighter aircraft. While US production was around 1,400 combat aircraft in 1941, this had increased to around 74,100 combat aircraft by 1944. In the Third Reich, too, despite the Allied bombing raids, production peaked in 1944 with around 34,100 machines.
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Troop strength of the armies in comparison

In 1939 the Wehrmacht consisted of around 4.5 million soldiers, while in the United Kingdom only around 480,000 men were under arms. The French army consisted of around five million soldiers. In the course of the fighting, the number of troops increased continuously, so the army of the United Kingdom at the end of the war in 1945 consisted of around 5.1 million soldiers. There was also strong mobilization in the Soviet Union: in 1944 there were around 12.2 million soldiers in the Red Army, more than twice as many as in 1940.

The Second World War and the Holocaust

The Second World War was a war of aggression by National Socialist Germany. This began in Europe with the German attack on Poland on September 1, 1939 and was waged by the German side in Eastern Europe as a war of extermination, which committed numerous war crimes - due to the racial madness of the NSDAP. The war resulted in the deaths of at least 70 million people worldwide.
During the war, National Socialist Germany committed the greatest genocide in world history with the Holocaust: After the Jewish citizens of Germany had been subjected to arbitrariness, expropriation, imprisonment, violence and even murder since 1933, the Nazi leadership expanded the persecution from 1939 to include those of the Germans Richly occupied territories. The Jewish population of Europe was persecuted, killed and deported to German extermination camps in Eastern Europe. In total, more than six million Jewish people were systematically murdered in the Holocaust.

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