During the last months of the WWII, the chaotic situation of the German war effort due to the bombing campaign, damages on the industrial network, loss of territory and pressure after several years of heavy fighting meant the appearance of Luftwaffe aircraft changed a lot compared to the very clean and "serious" look of the early war. The main reason for these changes was the need to de-centralize aircraft production, with different parts of the airplane manufactured in a different factories and also pre-painted in different ways using different raw materials and colours. At same time in order to save time and take into account the very short life of combat aircraft, the need for camouflaged areas was less important on the undersides. With the need to survive the hordes of strafing allied air forces the upper surface camouflage had to be maintained as much as possible. Additionally new colours used due to this chaotic situation could appear on areas areas of the planes.
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