During the Nazi era the magazine was renamed "Deutsche Luftwacht" and published in three editions with the assistance of the Reich Aviation Ministry. These were "Luftwehr" (military topics), "Luftwelt" (aeronautics in the wider world) and "Luftwissen" (air knowledge or aeronautical research items). The main editor was Otto Hollbach, with copy supplied by the German Academy of Aviation Research and the Lilienthal Society for aeronautics research. Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring and other senior Nazi military leaders were often featured. During this period the title page also featured the Nazi swastika emblem. During the period of the Second World War, items included military activity, for example the bombing of Coventry.