German Aces Profiles Ilustrations

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  1. Alexandre_Folk

    Alexandre_Folk New Member

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    Hello Gentlemen,

    Im looking for profiles ilustrations of figthers of these German Aces:

    Albin Wolf
    Eduard Tratt
    Ernst-Wilhelm Reinnert
    Friedrich-Karl Müller
    Fritz Tegtmeier
    Gordon Gollob
    Günther Schack
    Heinrich Setz
    Heinrich Sturm
    Heinz Schmidt
    Helmut Lipfert
    Horst Ademeit
    Joachim Brendel
    Joachim Kirschner
    Karl Gratz
    Maximilian Stotz
    Wilhelm Batz

    Thx in advance
    Regards
    Alexandre
     
  2. DerAdlerIstGelandet

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    That is a lot my friend.

    You are just going to have to google that! You doing that will take me the same amount of time, so you might as well do it yourself.

    Just go to Google or Yahoo! and I am sure you will find everythign you need.

    Information takes time and research is knowledge!
     
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    hi,
    Where can i find Joachim Kirschner,s me 109 g aircraft profile.
    Ther is a photo in Prien,s book,but is very poor.

    Looking also for me 109g profile from Walter Seiz 3/JG53 "gelbe 7"

    I am surfing few months for this two profiles,anybody...
     
  4. Wurger

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    Hi Dog,
    Is that plane?

    Source unknown.
     

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    Wow! Nice color pic Wurger!
     
  6. Wayne Little

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    Hi Wurger, your yellow 7 is from 6/JG 53. I will check for more detail...
     
  7. Wurger

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    Unfortunately the pic hasn't been depicted.I found this one accidentally.Any additional info will be appreciated.:D
     
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    By the way Alexandre, as you find the info, please post here so we can see it also.
     
  9. Wayne Little

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    Wurger, Yellow 7 is a G-6(Trop?) W.Nr.18068 found abandoned on an airfield at Comiso after it was occupied by Allied forces in July 43.
    The other aircraft in the background is also a G-6 Trop W.Nr.18410 in the Gruppen Kommandeur markings of Major Gerhard Michalski, II/JG 53.
    There are additional colour and b/w photo's of the 2 aircraft.

    You can also see that the radio access panel within the fuselage cross has been fitted upside down!
     
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    hi wurger,
    sorry, it is not the one i am looking for.
    i am looking for "gelbe 7" from 1 grupe or 3th staffel stationed at Maniago 1944
    by the way ,that aircrafr crashed near my place at Rijeka,Croatia
    pilot baild out and he is still alive and lives in Germany,but i do not speek german to ask him.
     
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    That's a pity.:(
     
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    Hallo Wayne,
    Thank you very much for the infos.So the Gelbe7 is of 6/JG53 definitely.Now the pic can be depicted.:)
     
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