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SCHRAMM HERBERT: (1913-1943) German Luftwaffe Ace of World War II, Knight's Cross winner with Oak Leaves. Vintage signed sepia postcard photograph of Schramm in a head and shoulders pose wearing his uniform and Knight's Cross. Photograph by Heinrich Hoffmann of Munich. Signed in bold dark fountain pen ink with his name alone to a light area at the base of the image. Autographs of Schramm are rare in any form as a result of his early death at the age of 30.

✠ Herbert Schramm October 1913 – 1 December killed in action over Eupen, in Belgium, when he was shot down by a

The top "Spitfire killer " Oberst Josef "Pips" Priller . Priller was the most succesful Luftwaffe pilot in battles with Spitfires claiming at least 68 of them

Oberst Josef "Pips" Priller was the most succesful recorded Luftwaffe pilot against Spitfires, claiming at least 68 of them over the course of his long career, starting in the Battle of Britain.

Last portrait of Leutnant Horst Hannig taken after his 91 aerial victories in spring 1943. On 15 May 1943 he was forced to bail out of his aircraft after a dogfight with RAF Spitfires near Caen and was killed when his parachute failed to open. On 3 January 1944, Horst Hannig was awarded the Oak Leaves to the Knight’s Cross posthumously. He is credited with 98 aerial victories.

Last portrait of Leutnant Horst Hannig taken after his 91 aerial victories in spring On 15 May 1943 he was forced to bail out of his aircraft after a dogfight with RAF Spitfires near Caen and.

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✠ Adolf "Dolfo" Galland was a German Luftwaffe General and flying ace who served…

/NJG 1 Killed in a flying accident on a routine transit flight.

Oberst Alfred Druschel (Jahrgang 4. Februar 1917 in Bindsachsen KIA 1. Januar 1945 in der Nähe von Aachen in Bodenplatte ) Er war der erste Kampfpilot mit dem Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes mit Eichenlaub und Schwertern geehrt

Oberst Alfred Druschel (born 4 February 1917 in Bindsachsen , KIA 1 January 1945 near Aachen in Bodenplatte)He was the first combat pilot ,to be honored with the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross , with Oak Leaves and Swords .

The legend himself, Hans Joachim Marseille. Based on a black/white photo from 1942.

Hans-Joachim Marseille December 1919 – 30 September - Luftwaffe fighter pilot and flying ace during World War II. He was nicknamed the “Star of Africa” for his exceptional service in the North African Campaign as well as his striking good.

✠ Egmont Prinz zur Lippe-Weissenfeld (14 July 1918 – 12 March 1944) killed in a flight accident.

✠ Egmont Prinz zur Lippe-Weissenfeld July 1918 – 12 March killed in a flight accident.

Major Hans "Assi" Hahn (14 abril 1914 hasta 18 diciembre 1982) fue un as de la Luftwaffe con 108 victorias y un destinatario de la Cruz de la Cruz de Hierro con Hojas de Roble de Caballero.  Derribado y capturado por las fuerzas soviéticas en 1943, él seguía siendo un prisionero de guerra hasta 1950. Tras su liberación, Hahn se convirtió en un exitoso hombre de negocios antes de retirarse al sur de Francia.  Las memorias de Hahn "Me dicen la verdad" contó su servicio militar y vida detallada…

Major Hans "Assi" Hahn April 1914 – 18 December was a Luftwaffe ace…

World War IIRudolf Scheffel (9 July 1915 – 18 December 1983) was a German Luftwaffe ace and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross during World War II. The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was awarded to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership. During Wo...

World War IIRudolf Scheffel July 1915 – 18 December was a German…

Major Walter Hagen. Kdr. III./Stuka-Geschw. 1. RK. 21.7.1940. EL (77) 17.2.1942.

Walter Hagen March 1897 – 24 November was a German Luftwaffe Stuka…

卐 Oberstleutnant Herbert Lütje

✠Herbert Lütje a highly decorated night fighter pilot and flying ace was…

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