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Hauptmann Hans Joachim Marseille- ww2

Hauptmann Hans Joachim Marseille- ww2

■ GdFT Hermann-Bernhard Ramcke (1889-1968) RKESB Kdr FschJägBrg "Ramcke" - Kdr Festung Brest

■ GdFT Hermann-Bernhard Ramcke (1889-1968) RKESB Kdr FschJägBrg "Ramcke" - Kdr Festung Brest

WWII: A Luftwaffe pilot showing off his kills. Possibly because of the sheer level of danger in dogfights and bombing raids, many airmen on both sides of the War, kept similar tallies on their planes. Keeping track of enemy planes downed means keeping track of the number of times one survived.

WWII: A Luftwaffe pilot showing off his kills. Possibly because of the sheer level of danger in dogfights and bombing raids, many airmen on both sides of the War, kept similar tallies on their planes. Keeping track of enemy planes downed means keeping track of the number of times one survived.

Hartmann post war. Probably after a flight in a F 86 Sabre. Some of the jets were decorated with his personal trade mark - "Black tulip".

Hartmann post war. Probably after a flight in a F 86 Sabre. Some of the jets were decorated with his personal trade mark - "Black tulip".

Luftwaffe HG Field Division Flieger

Luftwaffe HG Field Division Flieger

HJM (LA ESTRELLA DE AFRICA)

HJM (LA ESTRELLA DE AFRICA)

✠ Hans-Joachim Marseille (13 December 1919 – 30 September 1942) killed in a flying accident.

✠ Hans-Joachim Marseille (13 December 1919 – 30 September 1942) killed in a flying accident.

Hans Joachim Marseille, anti Nazi & one of the most amazing fighter pilots of WWII & 99 images with some you haven't seen before

Hans Joachim Marseille, anti Nazi & one of the most amazing fighter pilots of WWII & 99 images with some you haven't seen before

Hans-Joachim Marseille

Hans-Joachim Marseille

Hans-Joachim Marseille in the African desert

Hans-Joachim Marseille in the African desert

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