Using recently declassified information; this book presents first ever history of WWII that recognizes D-Day as a milestone, air war victory over Germany. The book answers a question debated for years â€“ on the most important day to the survival of the Third Reich, where was the Luftwaffe? The answer, says the author, was a risky change in commanders and a simple change in strategy. The Air War Against The Luftwaffe adds to our understanding of World War II and establishes D-Day as not just a land invasion but an air war victory of profound consequence.L. Douglas Keeney is a military historian and researcher, and is the co-founder of The Military Channel on which he hosted a series called On Target. Keeney has authored 11 books and has received favorable reviews by Publisherâ€™s Weekly, Booklist, Library Journal, The Courier-Journal, The National, The Wall Street Journal and was featured on Fox & Friends.Keeney resides in Louisville, Kentucky.