Probably one of the specialist, high quality aviation publishers sounds like the best bet, someone like Hikoki/Crecy. They do some really, really nicely-produced books. If you do pick the right publisher first off, then there's no reason why any rejection slips should be popping through the door. That said, publishers at the moment are very cautious when it comes to committing to a lot of new projects. They almost sh*tcanned a book on Kursk, convinced there wasn't much interest in it.
I guarantee the title will go, though, and be replaced by something like "Eyes over the Eastern Front
". Once a book's in the hand of the publisher, you lose pretty much all control over things like covers, titles, chapter headings.
I'm still trying to interpret those Breslau images you very kindly sent. I would have been a rubbish intelligence analyst...
Best of luck!