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  1. RITTERKREUZTRÄGER Profile 10

    RITTERKREUZTRÄGER Profile 10

    This Profile series presents biographies of famous and less famous knights cross holders of the German forces in WW. II Some were spectacular others simply silent fighters. But all of them performed in a unique manner. Mehr erfahren
    11,80 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  2. RITTERKREUZTRÄGER Profile 11

    RITTERKREUZTRÄGER Profile 11

    This Profile series presents biographies of famous and less famous knights cross holders of the German forces in WW. II Some were spectacular others simply silent fighters. But all of them performed in a unique manner. Mehr erfahren
    11,80 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  3. RITTERKREUZTRÄGER Profile 12

    RITTERKREUZTRÄGER Profile 12

    Colonel Walther Dahl, wing commander of the Rammjäger (collision fighters) was also the last general of the day fighters in WW II. His bravery was legendary. Dahl and his pilot were the last to engage the vast amount of flying fortresses in 1945 promising at least one kill per sortie. The Fighter Wing 300 was the most successful unit in the home defense. 1089 kills including 547 four engine bombers were on their list. But this had its price. 105 pilots were killed and more than 200 fighters were lost. Mehr erfahren
    11,80 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  4. RITTERKREUZTRÄGER Profile 13

    RITTERKREUZTRÄGER Profile 13

    One of the most successful night fighter aces was the young Rudolf Frank, entering inservice with the Luftwaffe in 1941. After being transferred to the Night Fighter Wing 3 he collected victory after victory and became one of the well known night fighters. After his tragic death he was promoted to the rank of an officer and received the oak leaves to the knights cross. Mehr erfahren
    11,80 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  5. Ritterkreuzträger Profile 14

    Ritterkreuzträger Profile 14

    Heinz Strüning was the most successful night fighter pilot in the Luftwaffe. In long range night combat sorties he achieved nine confirmed kills before this kind of operation was cancelled by Hitler. He was awarded the highest German order the Ritterkreuz reaching the number of 59 victories. He was killed in an aircraft accident in 1944. Mehr erfahren
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    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  6. Ritterkreuzträger Profile 15

    Ritterkreuzträger Profile 15

    In only 197 sorties Werner Schröer achieved 114 victories in the skys of North Africa, in the Mediterranean, on the Eastern Front and in the home defense role. With 61 kills over North Africa he was n° two after the famous Hans-Joachim Marseille. Mehr erfahren
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    Inkl. 7% MwSt.
  7. Ritterkreuzträger Profile 16

    Ritterkreuzträger Profile 16

    German Fighters which achieved kills on more than 5 four engined bombers were designates as "four mot aces". Adolf Glunz with his 20 bomber kills was one of them. Belonging to the famous Fighter Wing JG 26 "Schlageter" he received his knights cross as non commissioned officer. Later on as officer he was awarded the "Eichenlaub". Although flying sorties up the the final end he was never shot down by the enemy. Mehr erfahren
    11,80 €

    Inkl. 7% MwSt.