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Messerschmitt Bf 109G6AS Erla JG1 Green 13 Walter Oesau WNr 20601 Lippspinge May 1944

Source Profile: Messerschmitt Bf 109 G Over Germany: Pt. 1 (Topcolors 15002) (Author) Marek J Murawski, Arkadiusz Wrobel ISBN 978-83-60445-98-3

Stab I Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1 - Stab I./JG1

Messerschmitt Bf 109G6 Stab JG1 Herbert Ihlefeld Gruhno Germany autumn 1944

In Defence of the Reich Paperback by Maciej Goralczyk (Author), Janusz Swiatlon (Author) ISBN 13 978 8361220831

Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-10 JG1 Green 13 Walter Osau Geschwader Kommodore Paderborn 1944

Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-4 Stab I./JG3 Klaus Quaet Faslem Monchengladbach Germany May 1943

Flugzeug Classic Messerschmitt Bf 109 ISBN 978-3-86245-409-9

Stab II Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1 - Stab II./JG1

Stab III Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1 - Stab III./JG1

Messerschmitt Bf 109G6R3R6 Erla Stab III.JG1 ((+ Gruppenkommandeur Friedrich Eberle Leewarden Germany Oct 1943

Source Profile: Messerschmitt Bf 109 G Over Germany: Pt. 1 (Topcolors 15002) (Author) Marek J Murawski, Arkadiusz Wrobel ISBN 978-83-60445-98-3

Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-6 Stab III./JG1 (3+ Germany 1944

I. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1 - I./JG1

2 Staffel I Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1

Messerschmitt Bf 109G6 2./JG1 (Red 7+-) Germany 1943

3 Staffel I Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1 - 3./JG1

Messerschmitt Bf 109G6 Erla 3./JG1 Yellow 4 Normandie, Capelle-les-Grands, France 1944

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II. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1 - II./JG1

III. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1 - III./JG1

7. Staffel III. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1 - 7./JG1

Messerschmitt Bf 109G 7./JG1 (W20+I) Friedrich Eberle Mönchengladbach, Germany 1944 00

Profile: Messerschmitt Bf 109G 7./JG1 (W20+I) Friedrich Eberle Munchen-Gladbach 1944

Messerschmitt Bf 109G6R3R6 Erla 7.JG1 White 20 Friedrich Eberle WNr 160303 Volkel Nov 1943 0A

W.Nr.160303, flown by Hptm. Friedrich Eberle, the CO of III./JG 1, Volkel, November, 1943. Friedrich Eberle, the commanding officer of III. Gruppe of JG 1, was downed in this Bf 109G 6 on January 30, 1944. The man who recorded the kill was a P 47D Thunderbolt jockey, Lt. Robert Booth, of the 369th FS / 359th FG, a fighter ace with a total of eight kills to his credit. Booth himself was downed a few months later, on June 8, 1944 and became a POW. Eberle was injured but survived the encounter with Booth and led III. Gruppe until April 27, 1944. In July 1944, he was appointed the CO of III./JG 4. Eberle led his unit in Operation Bodeplatte, the attack on Allied airfields on January 1, 1945. He was court martialled for cowardice but finally was acquitted of the charge and survived the war with 33 kills. Eberle´s aircraft had been marked with a double chevron but in accordance with temporary orders, this marking was painted over and the commander´s aircraft was marked with a number. The JG 1 crest was painted on the left side of the cowling only. The rear part of the fuselage was partially overpainted with RLM 76 to tone it down. Source Eduard Bf 109G 6 late series 1/48

8 Staffel III Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1 - 8./JG 1

Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-6/R6 8./JG1 Black 10 Joachim Gohre WNr 15458 Leeuwarden Holland June 1943

Profile: Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-6 Flown by Leutnant Joachim Göhre, 8./JG 1, Leeuwarden/Holland, June 1943. © Claes Sundin 2009

9. Staffel III. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 1

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Maj Friedrich 'Fritz' Eberle

Units: 1./JG51 (11/39), 9./JG1 (4/42), Stfkpt 10./JG1 (7/42), Kdr III./JG1 (1/44), Kdr III./JG4 (4/44)

Awards: DK-G, EP, EK 1 & 2, Wound Badge (1/30/44), Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft: Bf 109D & E in JG-51, Bf 109E-7 'Wh 5' & WNr 6412 'Wh 1+o' & Fw 190A-3 WNr 518 'White 1+o' in JG-1, Bf 109G-6 WNr 160303 'White 20' (lost 1/30/44), Bf 109G & K-4 in JG-4

Remarks: One known victory, his 1st, a Morane near Saarbrücken, 23 November, 1939. His 2nd, a Spitfire over the Thames on 7 October, 1940. His 3rd, a Spitfire 15 km NW of Margate on 11 November, 1940. 12 victories in JG-51. His 13th victory, a P-47 10 km W of Garrel on 8 October, 1943. His 14th, a P-38 at Twist, SW of Meppen, on 13 November, 1943. His 15th, a P-38 of 338FS at Wilsum, SE of Kampen on 22 December, 1943, serving in 8 JG-1 at the time. Known to have flown Fw 190A-3 'White 1' (12 victories at the time) in Holland in July, 1942. On 30 January, 1944, he crashed Bf 109G-6 Werk # 160303 at Heeten Holland (op Schopkesdijk) as a result of aerial combat with a P-47. He bailed safely near Apeldoorn, serving in 7/JG1 at the time (DeSwart). His 17th, a B-24 on 13 April, 1944.

Asisbiz database list of 8 aerial victories for Friedrich Eberle

No Date Time A/c Type Unit Location Comments
23-Nov-39 Friedrich Eberle 1./JG51 Morane     Saarbrucken
23-Nov-39 Friedrich Eberle 1./JG51 Morane     Saarbrucken
07-Oct-40 Friedrich Eberle 1./JG51 Spitfire   11.35 Thames Estuary
11-Nov-40 Friedrich Eberle 1./JG51 Spitfire 1500m 13.05 15km NW Margate
08-Oct-43 Friedrich Eberle 9./JG1 P-47 Thunderbolt   14.26 EO-33 (10km W Garrel)
13-Nov-43 Friedrich Eberle Stab III./JG1 P-38 Lightning 9200m 12.00 FP-4 (Twist SW Meppen)
22-Dec-43 Friedrich Eberle Stab III./JG1 P-38 Lightning 7600m 14.08 FM (Wilsum SE Kampen)
13-Apr-44 Friedrich Eberle Stab III./JG1 B-24 Liberator      
22-Apr-44 Friedrich Eberle Stab III./JG1 P-51 Mustang      



Obst Walter 'Gulle' Oesau

Units: L.Condor 3./J88, Stfkpt 7./JG51(5/40), Kdr III./JG51, Kdr III./JG3, Kdr JG2(7/41), Kdr JG1(2/44)

Awards: RK(8/20/40)-S(7/15/41), Spanish Cross-Br., DK-G(10/17/43), EK 1 & 2, Wound Badge, Ftr Oper.Clasp w/'400'

Known Aircraft: Bf 109E 'White 1' in 7/JG-51, Bf 109F-2 'White <<+I' in III/JG-3, Bf 109F-4 WNr's 7554 & 7558 both 'Black < -+-' w/ JG-2, Fw 190A-4, WNr 1230, 'Grn 13', Bf 109G-1 & G-6/AS WNr 20601 'Green 13' (lost 5/11/44) in JG-1

Remarks: His first known victory, a Hawk-75 at Halsteren on 13 May, 1940, while serving in 1/JG-20. Nos. 2 & 3, both Spitfires NW of Dunkirk on 31 May, 1940. His 4th, a Blenheim 20 km N of Ostende on 1 June, 1940. His 5th, an Amiot 351 SW of Les Andelys on 13 June, 1940. Nos. 10 & 11, a Defiant S of Folkestone and a Hurricane S of Dover on 19 July, 1940. 8 victories in Spain.14 Bombers. On 12 July 1941, he shot down 7 Soviet AC in one minute. Nos.88-92, all Spitfires between Calais and Dungeness on 8/12/41. His 100th, a Spitfire on 26 October, 1941. Flew Bf 109E-3 'Wh 1' in 1/JG-20, 10/39. Flew nearly 300 missions of 430 total before being shot down in a Bf 109G-6/AS Werk # 20601 'Green 13' and KIA by a P-51 and/or a P-38 (most likely) on 11 May 1944, over the Eifel Mountains, southwest of St Vith, Ardennes. He was actually running a fever and bed-ridden on this date, but was infuriated by a Göring remark about his cowardice. The crashsite is at BEHO Lamerle', 5.5 miles SW of St Vith, in the community of Gouvy. His body was flung clear on impact. His body was layed to rest by the chapel of the 'Chateau de la Concession. EL 2/6/41. 130 missions in Spain.

Asisbiz database list of aerial victories for Walter Oesau

No Date Time A/c Type Unit Location Comments
13-May-40 Walter Oesau 1./JG20 P-40 Warhawk   19.27 Halsteren
31-May-40 Walter Oesau 1./JG20 Spitfire   18.22 NW Dunkirk
31-May-40 Walter Oesau 1./JG20 Spitfire   18.26 NW Dunkirk
01-Jun-40 Walter Oesau 1./JG20 Blenheim   11.35 20km N Ostende
13-Jun-40 Walter Oesau 1./JG20 Amiot 351   15.41 SW of Les Andelys
07-Jul-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Spitfire   14.05 5km South of Dover
10-Jul-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Spitfire   14.49 10km South of Dover
10-Jul-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Spitfire   15.04 West of Folkestone
10-Jul-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Spitfire   14.39 5km South of Dover
19-Jul-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Defiant   13.50 South of Folkestone
19-Jul-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Hurricane   13.55 South of Dover
25-Jul-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Spitfire   15.52 5km South of Dover
05-Aug-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Spitfire   09.59 10km SW Dover
14-Aug-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Hurricane   13.59 NW Dover
15-Aug-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Spitfire   12.32 South of Folkestone
15-Aug-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Spitfire   12.34 5km South of Folkestone
16-Aug-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Spitfire   17.35 20km NW Cap Gris Nez
16-Aug-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Spitfire   17.36 20km NW Cap Gris Nez
18-Aug-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Hurricane   18.37 3km South Canterbury
18-Aug-40 Walter Oesau 7./JG51 Hurricane   18.50 8km NW Cap Gris Nez
04-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
06-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
07-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire     South of London
11-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
14-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
14-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
15-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
18-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire 6500m 14.30 5km SE Ashford
27-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Hurricane      
27-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Hurricane      
28-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
29-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
29-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
30-Sep-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
05-Oct-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire     South of London
12-Oct-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Hurricane      
15-Oct-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Hurricane      
25-Oct-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
01-Nov-40 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG51 Spitfire      
05-Feb-41 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG3 Hurricane 2500m 14.05 Desvres (40 Abschuss)
16-May-41 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG3 Spitfire   15.45  
28-May-41 Walter Oesau Stab III./JG3 Hurricane   19.25 N Calais
10-Aug-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire   14.15  
12-Aug-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire   12.54  
12-Aug-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire   13.06  
12-Aug-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire   12.50  
12-Aug-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Hurricane   11.43  
12-Aug-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire   19.27 15km S Dungeness
16-Aug-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire   19.38  
21-Aug-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire 5500m 10.23 vor Calais
21-Aug-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire 6000m 15.10 ostw Etaples
31-Aug-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire   20.07  
04-Sep-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire   17.35  
13-Oct-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire 1500m 14.32-35 15km SW Boulogne
13-Oct-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire   15.28  
26-Oct-41 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire   13.08  
17-Apr-42 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Lancaster   16.55 le Vieil-Evreux 6km ESE Evreux (44Sqn)
17-Apr-42 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Lancaster   17.10  
05-Sep-42 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 Spitfire 7700-8000m 11.45 0021/05 Ost
20-Dec-42 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 B-17 Fortress 5000-6000m 12.30 Melun
20-Dec-42 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 B-17 Fortress 5000-3500m 13.53 20km NNW Dieppe
04-Apr-43 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 B-17 Fortress 6500m 14.30 West of St Pierre-les-Elbeuf
29-May-43 Walter Oesau Stab /JG2 B-17 Fortress 7-8000m 17.25 3831/14 West
05-Jan-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 B-24 Liberator   12.00  
30-Jan-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 B-17 Fortress e.V.   12.20  
30-Jan-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 B-17 Fortress   12.00  
08-Feb-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 P-38 Lightning 8400-7600m 12.00 PS-QR (220 Bad Nauheim)
10-Feb-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 P-47 Thunderbolt 4000m 13.00 FM-FN (Meppel 270 Kampen)
10-Feb-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 B-17 Fortress 6000m 12.55 FO-4 (S Coevorden)
22-Feb-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 B-17 Fortress 1000m 13.36 10km N Thier (Gutersloh)
22-Feb-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 B-17 Fortress   15.25  
24-Feb-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 B-17 Fortress 75-6000m 12.35-40 HT-JT (S Hameln)
25-Feb-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 B-17 Fortress 6500m 13.05 05 Ost S/AR-8 Baden-Baden
25-Feb-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 B-24 Liberator 5000m 15.00 04 Ost S/AQ 2-3 W Baden-Baden
06-Mar-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 P-47 Thunderbolt 500-800m 12.05-10 Cloppenburg-Vechta
06-Mar-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 B-17 Fortress 3000m 12.15-20 ER to FR (Vechta area)
08-May-44 Walter Oesau Stab /JG1 P-47 Thunderbolt   09.45 FS-FT (Sulinghen-Nienburg)



Klaus Quaet-Faslem

Units: 1(J)/LG-2(9/39), 7./JG-53(4/41), Stfkpt 2./JG-53(12/41),Adj III./JG-53, Adj I./JG-53, Kdr I./JG-3(8/42)

Awards: RK(6/9/44 Post.), DK-G(11/16/42), EP(9/21/42), EK 1 &2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft: Bf 109D in LG-2, Bf 109F-2 'Black <+I' (Summer '41), Bf 109G-4 'Black <<1' (5/43 in I/JG-3), Bf 109G-6 WNr 15243 'Blk <<1+1' (lost 1/30/44)

Remarks: KIFA 30 January, 1944, after downing a B-17 in 'Black 1', in the Elm Mountains near Brunswick, when returning from a mission in bad weather, he touched the ground. Known to have flown the Bf 109F-2 in 7/JG-53 in April, 1941 (Prien). Shot down w/o wounds on 24 October, 1943 by Spitfires of RAF No. 332 Sq. (Norwegian) near the Pas de Calais. His 1st victory was a P-24 in the Poczalkowo Poland area on 4 September, 1939. A 2nd Polish, a P-24 in the Lubien area on 9 September, 1939. His 10th victory, a Spitfire on 24 October, 1941 while in I/JG-53, no location given. One known Soviet victory, his 15th overall, a P-39 on 1 July, 1942. His 20th, an Il-2 on 8 July, 1942. A LaGG-3 on 1 August, 1942. His 30th, an Er-2 on 8 August, 1942, along with his 29th, an Il-2. A Pe-2 on 12 December, 1942. 10 victories in the West, at least 1 four engine bomber, a Blenheim over Malta on 15 February, 1942. Two MiG-1's and an R-Zet on 6 August, 1942. An Il-2 on 19 August, 1942. Bowers/Lednicer, 49 victories.

Asisbiz database list of aerial victories for Klaus Quaet-Faslem

No Date Time A/c Type Unit Location Comments
04 September 1939 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 1.(J)/LG2 PZL P-24     Poczalkowo area
09 September 1939 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 1.(J)/LG2 PZL P-24   17:02 Lubien area
24 October 1941 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG53 Spitfire   15:40  
22 December 1941 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 Hurricane   14:36 Malta
15 February 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 Beaufort   09:11  
14 April 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 Beaufort   16:45  
01 June 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 -   08:25  
01 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 P-39 Aircobra 1800m 12:20 6 kn SW Voronezh
01 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 -      
01 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 -      
03 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 Il-2 Sturmovik 50m 13:15 25km NNE Schuljansk
03 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 Il-2 Sturmovik 10m 13:25 20km SSW Sadonsk
05 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 A-20 Boston   13:40 3km E Bahnhof-Bojewo
05 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 A-20 Boston   13:17  
05 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 A-20 Boston   13:40  
05 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 A-20 Boston 800m 13:17 6km E Uishni-Kalewskaya
08 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 Il-2 Sturmovik   11:22  
08 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 -      
11 July 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 I-61   09:54  
01 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 LaGG-3 20m 07:04 39 251
05 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 R-Zet 10m 15:23 49 653
06 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 R-Zet 5m 10:43 49 382
06 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 MiG-1 10m 15:00 49 550
06 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 MiG-1 2200m 10:33 49 534
07 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 MiG-1 1800m 10:47 49 390
08 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 Il-2 Sturmovik 10m 07:06 49 612
08 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 ER-2 1000m 17:30 49 351
10 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 LaGG-3 1000m 08:27 49 364
12 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 LaGG-3 10m 04:38 49 351
13 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 LaGG-3 1200m 17:40 39 422
13 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 Il-2 Sturmovik 600m 17:45 39 432
13 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 Il-2 Sturmovik 1200m 18:12 49 182
16 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 LaGG-3 2500m 13:30 40 752
17 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 Il-2 Sturmovik 10m 12:25 39 433
17 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 LaGG-3 1200m 17:03 40 474
17 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem 2./JG53 LaGG-3 1500m 17:08 30 8893
19 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 LaGG-3 2200m 17:30 40 794
19 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 Il-2 Sturmovik 20m 17:47 40 841
22 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 Pe-2 100m 17:50 49 133
23 August 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 I-180 1000m 06:05 49 253
02 September 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 Pe-2 200m 06:24 50 823
02 September 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 Pe-2 200m 06:25 50 823
03 September 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 P-40 Warhawk Low Level 06:30 49 433
03 September 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 LaGG-3 Low Level 06:00 59 324
03 September 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 Yak-1 1800m 17:30 59 142
01 October 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 -   10:00  
12 December 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 Pe-2 3500m 09:30 3987
20 December 1942 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 Il-2 Sturmovik 300m 11:00 3967
17 July 1943 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 B-17 Fortress 6500m 10:45 GJ in See (off Haarlem
17 August 1943 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 B-17 Fortress 6000m 15:58 QR-7 (Geisenheim W Mainz)
04 January 1944 Klaus Quaet-Faslem Stab I./JG3 Mosquito 7000m 15:55 West of Amiens



Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt

Ludwig-Wilhelm "Lutz" Burkhardt was born on 5 February 1919 at Bremen. Up to June 1940, Burkhardt served with a Flak regiment. Following fighter pilot training, he was posted to the Stabsstaffel of II./JG77, based on the Eastern front. He recorded his first victory on 9 May 1942, when he shot down a Russian I-153 biplane fighter over the Crimea. On 1 June, Burkhardt provided fighter escort to Generaloberst Wolframm Freiherr von Richtofen's Fi-156 Storch near Sevastopol. His aircraft was hit by Russian ground fire necessitating a belly-landing close to the Russian lines. He survived without injury but had to suffer Russian infantry fire in making his escape. Shortly afterwards, Leutnant Burkhardt was transferred to 6./JG77.

His score increased rapidly gaining 24 victories in July, including six victories on 12 July to record his 16th through 21st victories, four victories on 13 July (22-25) and three victories on 23 July (28-30) and 11 victories in August, including four victories on 13 August (36-39) and three victories on 18 August (42-44). By the time he received the award of the Ritterkreuz on 15 October, Leutnant Burkhardt's victory total stood at 53. During this period, Burkhardt had survived many forced landings or damage to his own aircraft as a result of enemy action, each time escaping major injury. For example, on 10 August, he suffered engine failure resulting in a forced-landing in no-man's land. His wingman reported, on his return to base, that Burkhardt's aircraft had overturned before the pilot had got out. However, Burkhardt was able to return, uninjured, three days later. II./JG77 was relocated to North Africa in late 1942. Burkhardt was appointed Staffelkapitan of 4./JG77 on 12 November. Much of the time he was unfit for flying due to malaria. However, he shot down a RAF Spitfire fighter near Buerat on 7 January 1943 to record his 54th victory. However, next day he was seriously hurt when he stepped on an explosive device shortly after landing at Bir Dufan. On his recovery, Burkhardt was appointed Gruppenkommandeur of I./JG77, based in Italy, on 19 August 1943, replacing Heinrich "Heinz" Bar (221 victories, RK-S).

On 1 December, he was transferred to 1./Jagdgruppe Sud, for a short period as an instructor, having added three victories while operating with I./JG77. Burkhardt was transferred as Staffelkapitan to 6./JG1, based in Holland, on 25 December 1943, replacing Hauptmann Harry Koch (30 victories, DKiG), who had been killed in an aerial collision with his wingman on 22 December. The unit was equipped with Fw190s and Burkhardt, having always flown Bf 109s, was moved to become Staffelkapitan of 7./JG1, which operated the type, on 19 February 1944. Having added 11 further victories to his victory total, all Allied fighters, Burkhardt was obliged to relinquish command of the unit on 2 July, when he was struck down by a bout of malaria that was to see him forego any further combat flying for the remainder of the war. On his recovery from illness, Burkhardt was assigned various staff duties. At the end of the war he was serving with III./EJG2 where he underwent training on the Me 262 jet fighter. "Lutz" Burkhardt was credited with 69 victories in 245 missions. He recorded 53 victories over the Eastern front, including 15 Il-2 Sturmovik ground attack aircraft. Of the 16 victories he recorded over the Western front, six were USAAF P-51 fighters and six were USAAF P-47 fighters.

List of aerial victories for Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt

No Date Time Enemy A/C Type Unit Location / Comments
1 9.5.1942   I-153 Stab II./JG77  
2 12.5.1942   Il-2 Stab II./JG77  
3 13.5.1942   Il-2 Stab II./JG77  
4 17.5.1942   I-153 Stab II./JG77  
5 17.5.1942   I-16 Stab II./JG77  
6 18.5.1942   R-5 Stab II./JG77  
7 8.6.1942 13:14 I-16 6./JG77 35 392
8 8.6.1942 16:52 MiG-1 6./JG77 35 363
9 17.6.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
10 5.7.1942   I-180 6./JG77  
11 6.7.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
12 8.7.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
13 8.7.1942   Il-2 6./JG77  
14 9.7.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
15 9.7.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
16 12.7.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
17 12.7.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
18 12.7.1942   MiG-3 6./JG77  
19 12.7.1942   Il-2 6./JG77  
20 12.7.1942   Il-2 6./JG77  
21 12.7.1942   Il-2 6./JG77  
22 13.7.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
23 13.7.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
24 13.7.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
25 13.7.1942   Il-2 6./JG77  
26 15.7.1942   R-5 6./JG77  
27 20.7.1942   LaGG-3 6./JG77  
28 23.7.1942 15:58 Il-2 6./JG77 82 222
29 23.7.1942 16:00 Il-2 6./JG77 83 881
30 23.7.1942   Il-2 6./JG77  
31 25.7.1942   MiG-3 6./JG77  
32 31.7.1942 17:02 Il-2 6./JG77 92 344
33 31.7.1942 17:10 MiG-1 6./JG77 92 154
34 8.8.1942 6:21 LaGG-3 6./JG77 92 471
35 8.8.1942 6:36 LaGG-3 6./JG77 92 442
36 13.8.1942 8:48 LaGG-3 6./JG77 92 771
37 13.8.1942 9:00 LaGG-3 6./JG77 93 791
38 13.8.1942 13:44 LaGG-3 6./JG77 83 728
39 13.8.1942 13:52 LaGG-3 6./JG77 93 511
40 14.8.1942   Il-2 6./JG77  
41 16.8.1942 17:52 Il-2 6./JG77 83 881
42 18.8.1942 15:11 Pe-2 6./JG77 93 782
43 18.8.1942 17:16 LaGG-3 6./JG77 82 272
44 18.8.1942 17:19 LaGG-3 6./JG77 82 263
45 3.9.1942 4:51 LaGG-3 6./JG77 93 873
46 12.9.1942 12:48 LaGG-3 6./JG77 92 811
47 14.9.1942 12:09 P-39 6./JG77 2 513
48 15.9.1942 6:54 LaGG-3 6./JG77 92 323
49 15.9.1942 7:04 LaGG-3 6./JG77 92 183
50 15.9.1942 7:18 Pe-2 6./JG77 82 263
51 20.9.1942 9:45 Il-2 6./JG77 92 153
52 20.9.1942 9:48 Il-2 6./JG77 92 213
53 22.9.1942 16:22 LaGG-3 6./JG77 92 133
54 7.1.1943 12:05 Spitfire 4./JG77 2km SSE Buerat
55 16.9.1943   Spitfire Stab I./JG77  
56 16.10.1943   Spitfire Stab I./JG77  
57 17.11.1943   P-51 Stab I./JG77  
58 2.3.1944 14:30 P-47 7./JG1 S Verviers
59 23.3.1944   P-47 7./JG1  
60 9.4.1944   P-47 7./JG1  
61 11.4.1944   P-51 7./JG1  
62 13.4.1944 14:10 P-51 7./JG1 Darmstadt
63 22.4.1944 18:10 P-51 7./JG1 NE Rothaargebirge
64 4.5.1944   P-47 7./JG1  
65 7.5.1944   P-47 7./JG1  
66 22.5.1944   P-51 7./JG1  
67 22.5.1944   P-38 7./JG1  
68 29.5.1944   P-47 7./JG1  
69 10.6.1944   P-51 7./JG1  

Victories : 69
Awards :Ehrenpokal (19 October 1942)
Ritterkreuz (15 October 1942)
Units : JG77, JGr Sud, JG1, EJG2

Web Reference: http://www.luftwaffe.cz/burkhardt.html

Asisbiz database list of aerial victories for Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt

No Date Time A/c Type Unit Location Comments
08-Jun-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 I-16 Rata 600m 13.14 35 392
08-Jun-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 MiG-1 400m 16.52 35 363
08-Jun-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 I-16 Rata      
08-Jun-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 MiG-1      
05-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 I-180      
12-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
     
12-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3      
12-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3      
12-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 MiG-3      
12-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
     
12-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
     
20-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3      
23-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
100m 16.00 83 881
23-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
150m 15.58 82 222
31-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 MiG-1 600m 17.10 92 154
31-Jul-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
100m 17.02 92 344
08-Aug-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 1000m 06.36 92 442
08-Aug-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 1200m 06.21 92 471
13-Aug-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 6200m 09.00 93 791
13-Aug-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 4000m 08.48 92 771
13-Aug-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 1200m 13.52 93 511
13-Aug-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 2800m 13.44 83 728
16-Aug-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
  17.52 83 881
18-Aug-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3   17.19 82 263
18-Aug-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3   17.16 82 272
18-Aug-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 Pe-2 1200m 15.11 93 782
03-Sep-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 1400m 04.51 93 873
12-Sep-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 2000m 12.48 92 811
14-Sep-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 P-39 Aircobra 2000m 12.09 02 513
15-Sep-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 2000m 06.54 92 323
15-Sep-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 800m 07.04 92 183
15-Sep-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 P-2 1200m 07.18 82 263
20-Sep-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
30m 09.45 92 153
20-Sep-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
20m 09.48 92 213
22-Sep-42 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 6./JG77 LaGG-3 3400m 16.22 92 133
07-Jan-43 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 3./JG77 Spitfire 3200m 12.05 2km ssE Buerat
07-Jan-43 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 3./JG77 Spitfire 3200m 12.05 2km SSE Buerat
16-Sep-43 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt Stab I./JG77 Spitfire      
16-Oct-43 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt Stab I./JG77 Spitfire      
02-Mar-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG1 P-47 Thunderbolt 5500m 14.30 05 Ost S/PM (SW Verviers)
23-Mar-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG1 P-47 Thunderbolt      
09-Apr-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG1 P-47 Thunderbolt      
11-Apr-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG1 P-51 Mustang      
13-Apr-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG1 P-51 Mustang 7500m 14.10 RS (Darmstadt)
22-Apr-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG1 P-51 Mustang 300m 18.10 05 Ost S/LS-9 NE Rothaargebirge
04-May-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG1 P-47 Thunderbolt      
07-May-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG1 P-47 Thunderbolt      
22-May-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG11 P-38 Lightning      
22-May-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG11 P-51 Mustang      
29-May-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG11 P-47 Thunderbolt      
10-Jun-44 Lutz-Wilhelm Burkhardt 7./JG1 P-51 Mustang      



Friedrich 'Fritz' Eberle

Units: 1./JG51 (11/39), 9./JG1 (4/42), Stfkpt 10./JG1 (7/42), Kdr III./JG1 (1/44), Kdr III./JG4 (4/44)

Awards: DK-G, EP, EK 1 & 2, Wound Badge (1/30/44), Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft: Bf 109D & E in JG-51, Bf 109E-7 'Wh 5' & WNr 6412 'Wh 1+o' & Fw 190A-3 WNr 518 'White 1+o' in JG-1, Bf 109G-6 WNr 160303 'White 20' (lost 1/30/44), Bf 109G & K-4 in JG-4

Remarks: One known victory, his 1st, a Morane near Saarbrücken, 23 November, 1939. His 2nd, a Spitfire over the Thames on 7 October, 1940. His 3rd, a Spitfire 15 km NW of Margate on 11 November, 1940. 12 victories in JG-51. His 13th victory, a P-47 10 km W of Garrel on 8 October, 1943. His 14th, a P-38 at Twist, SW of Meppen, on 13 November, 1943. His 15th, a P-38 of 338FS at Wilsum, SE of Kampen on 22 December, 1943, serving in 8 JG-1 at the time. Known to have flown Fw 190A-3 'White 1' (12 victories at the time) in Holland in July, 1942. On 30 January, 1944, he crashed Bf 109G-6 Werk # 160303 at Heeten Holland (op Schopkesdijk) as a result of aerial combat with a P-47. He bailed safely near Apeldoorn, serving in 7/JG-1 at the time (DeSwart). His 17th, a B-24 on 13 April, 1944.

No Date Time A/c Type Unit Location Comments
Thursday, November 23, 1939 Friedrich Eberle 1./JG51 Morane     Saarbrucken
Monday, October 07, 1940 Friedrich Eberle 1./JG51 Spitfire   11:35 Thames Estuary
Monday, November 11, 1940 Friedrich Eberle 1./JG51 Spitfire 1500m 13:05 15km NW Margate
Friday, October 08, 1943 Friedrich Eberle 9./JG1 P-47 Thunderbolt   14:26 EO-33 (10km W Garrel)
Saturday, November 13, 1943 Friedrich Eberle Stab III./JG1 P-38 Lightning 9200m 12:00 FP-4 (Twist SW Meppen)
Wednesday, December 22, 1943 Friedrich Eberle Stab III./JG1 P-38 Lightning 7600m 14:08 FM (Wilsum SE Kampen)
Thursday, April 13, 1944 Friedrich Eberle Stab III./JG1 B-24 Liberator      
Saturday, April 22, 1944 Friedrich Eberle Stab III./JG1 P-51 Mustang      



Friedrich 'Fritz' Zander

Units: Erg./JG-54 (6/40), 5./JG-54 (8/42 S.U.), 8./JG-1 (6/44), 10./JG-1 (12/44)

Awards: DK-G(3/20/44), EP, EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft: Bf 109F in 5/JG-54, Bf 109G-6 'Blue 22' in 8/JG-1, Bf 109G-14 WNr 784141 'Black 11' (lost 12/44)

Remarks: KIA 25 December, 1944 over Bastogne in aerial combat with P-51's of the 352nd FG. 5 victories over Normandy. No known grave. On 7 June, 1944, he made a 'pancake' landing near Schätzung, NW of Pontoise (Jagerblatt article). One known victory, perhaps his first, a Soviet Pe-2 on 9 August, 1942. A P-2 SW of Kaluga on 21 August, 1942. A Pe-2 on 6 October, 1942. A Pe-2 on 15 January, 1943. An R-5 on 23 February, 1943. An Il-2 on 19 March, 1943. A Yak-1 on 23 March, 1943. A Pe-2 10 km SW of Kolodskoye on 10 April, 1943. A Pe-2 on 13 April, 1943. An Il-2 W of Vyshgorod on 3 November, 1943. A Yak-7 W of Griletz on 22 November, 1943. An Il-2 on 7 January, 1944. An Il-2 on 15 January, 1944. An La-5 on 25 January, 1944. An La-5 on 27 January, 1944. Two La-5's on 29 January, 1944. His 32nd, a Spitfire near Caen on 18 July, 1944. His 33rd, a Spitfire near Caen on 24 July, 1944. A Lancaster on 6 August, 1944. A Typhoon 5 km W of Trun on 10 August, 1944. His 37th, and last victory, a P-51 over Bastogne on 25 December, 1944. His entire Schwarm of 4 AC failed to return on this day.

Asisbiz database list of 17 aerial victories for Friedrich Zander

No Date Time A/c Type Unit Location Comments
09-Aug-42 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 Pe-2 20m 10.05 47 641
21-Aug-42 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 P-2 3000m 09.45 SW Kaluga
06-Oct-42 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 Pe-2 800m 12.40 38 763
07-Jan-44 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
200m 09.25 80212
15-Jan-44 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
300m 08.12 80 692
25-Jan-44 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 La-5 3500m 15.05 90 542
27-Jan-44 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 La-5 200m 08.15 90 714
29-Jan-44 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 La-5 600m 08.00 80 693
29-Jan-44 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 La-5 200m 08.03 80 693
09-Feb-44 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 Ilyushin Il-2
Илью́шин Ил-2
20m 06.40 00 762
11-Feb-44 Friedrich Zander 5./JG54 La-5 1200m 13.07 00 834
08-Mar-44 Friedrich Zander 4./JG5 P-39 Aircobra 2000m 12.05 67 284
18-Jul-44 Friedrich Zander 8./JG1 Spitfire      
24-Jul-44 Friedrich Zander 8./JG1 Spitfire      
03-Aug-44 Friedrich Zander 8./JG1 P-51 Mustang 3000m 19.50+ 04 Ost N/AB-BB L'Aigle-Mortange
06-Aug-44 Friedrich Zander 8./JG1 Lancaster 4000m 12.28 05 Ost S/UE-5 Pontoise
10-Aug-44 Friedrich Zander 8./JG1 Typhoon 3000m 13.30 AU-6 (5km W Trun)



Hugo Hausotter

Units: 8./JG-1 (7/44), 11./JG-1 (3/45 Anklam), 5./JG-27 (4/45 to end)

Awards: EK 1 & 2, Wound Badge, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft: Bf 109G-6/AS 'Black 14' (lost 7/25/44) & 'Black 17 (lost 8/10/44), Bf 109G-10 & G-14

Remarks: One known victory, his 1st, a Typhoon E of Caen on 19 July, 1944. His 2nd, a Spitfire 5 km W of Beauvais, near Caen, on 25 July, 1944. Shortly after, he was hit and his AC burst into flames, and he bailed safely with facial burns. His 3rd, a Typhoon 15 km NNW of Vire on 10 August, 1944. He had to bail out again, shortly after this victory, as he did after his 2nd. A 4th, perhaps unconfirmed, a P-51 escort on 5 December, 1944 during a Berlin raid.

Asisbiz database list of 3 aerial victories for Hugo Hausotter

No Date Time A/c Type Unit Location Comments
19-Jul-44 Hugo Hausotter 8./JG1 Typhoon 300m 20.30 15 West S/UU-63 (Raum Caen)
25-Jul-44 Hugo Hausotter 8./JG1 Spitfire 4000m 10.50 TD-73 (5km W Beauvais)
10-Aug-44 Hugo Hausotter 8./JG1 Typhoon 20-30m 13.33 AT-1 (15km NNW Vire)



Rudolf Einberger

Units: 8/JG-1 (7/43)

Awards: Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft: Bf 109G-6/R6 WNr 26052 'Black 8'

Remarks: KIA 8 October, 1943, in aerial combat above Bremen, opposing U.S. bombers during the Münster raids. He may have been the victim of his own flak. Einberger was the regular wingman for Josef Kehrle. No known grave.

 

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  • Wagner, Ray and Heinz Nowarra. German Combat Planes: A Comprehensive Survey and History of the Development of German Military Aircraft from 1914 to 1945. New York: Doubleday, 1971.
  • Weal, John. Bf 109 Aces of the Russian Front. Oxford: Osprey, 2001. ISBN 978-1-84176-084-1.
  • Weal, John. BF 109D/E Aces 1939–41. Oxford: Osprey, 1996. ISBN 978-1-85532-487-9.
  • Weal, John. Bf 109F/G/K Aces of the Western Front. Oxford: Osprey, 2000. ISBN 978-1-85532-905-8.
  • Winchester, Jim. "Messerschmitt Bf 109." Aircraft of World War II: The Aviation Factfile. Kent, UK: Grange Books plc, 2004. ISBN 1-84013-639-1.

    Messerschmitt Bf 109 operational history Bibliography: +

  • Beale, Nick, Ferdinando D'Amico and Gabriele Valentini. Air War Italy: Axis Air Forces from Liberation of Rome to the Surrender. Shrewsbury, UK: Airlife, 1996. ISBN 1-85310-252-0.
  • Bergström, Christer. Barbarossa – The Air Battle: July–December 1941. London: Chevron/Ian Allan, 2007. ISBN 978-1-85780-270-2.
  • Bergström, Christer and Martin Pegg. Jagdwaffe:The War in Russia, January–October 1942. Luftwaffe Colours, Volume 3 Section 4. London: Classic Colours Publications, 2003. ISBN 1-903223-23-7.
  • Feist, Uwe. The Fighting Me 109. London: Arms and Armour Press, 1993. ISBN 1-85409-209-X.
  • Green, William. Messerschmitt Bf 109: The Augsburg Eagle; A Documentary History. London: Macdonald and Jane's Publishing Group Ltd., 1980. ISBN 0-7106-0005-4.
  • Hooton, Edward R. Blitzkrieg in the West, 1939 -1940 (Luftwaffe at War: 2). Hersham, Surrey, UK: Midland Publishing, 2007. ISBN 978-1-85780-272-6.
  • Jackson, Robert. Aircraft of World War II: Development – Weaponry – Specifications. Enderby, Leicester, UK, Amber Books, 2003. ISBN 1-85605-751-8.
  • Mankau, Heinz and Peter Petrick. Messerschmitt Bf 110, Me 210, Me 410. Raumfahrt, Germany: Aviatic Verlag, 2001. ISBN 3-925505-62-8.
  • Mason, Francis K. Messerschmitt Bf 109B, C, D, E in Luftwaffe & Foreign service. London, UK: Osprey Publishing Limited, 1973. ISBN 0-85045-152-3.
  • Massimello, Giovanni and Giorgio Apostolo. Italian Aces of World War Two. Oxford/New York, Osprey Publishing, 2000. ISBN 978-1-84176-078-0.
  • Morgan, Eric B. and Edward Shacklady. Spitfire: The History. Stamford, UK: Key Books Ltd, 2000. ISBN 0-946219-48-6.
  • Neulen, Hans Werner. In the skies of Europe – Air Forces allied to the Luftwaffe 1939–1945. Ramsbury, Marlborough, THE CROWOOD PRESS, 2000. ISBN 1-86126-799-1
  • Price, Alfred. Spitfire Mark I/II Aces 1939–41 (Aircraft of the Aces 12). London: Osprey Books, 1996, ISBN 1-85532-627-2.
  • Punka, György. "A Messzer": Bf 109s in the Royal Hungarian "Honvéd" Air Force. Budapest, Hungary: OMIKK, 1995. ISBN 963-593-208-1.
  • Savic, D. and B. Ciglic. Croatian Aces of World War II (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 49). Oxford, UK: Oxford, 2002. ISBN 1-84176-435-3.
  • Stenman, Kari and Kalevi Keskinen. Finnish Aces of World War 2 (Osprey Aircraft of the Aces 23). London: Osprey Publishing Limited, 1998. ISBN 1-85532-783-X.

    Some of the most widely used Book References:

  • Jagdwaffe: Battle of Britain: Phase One: July-August 1940 (Luftwaffe Colours: Volume Two, Section 1) Paperback Eric Mombeek (Author), David Wadman (Author), Eddie J Creek (Author)
  • Jagdwaffe: Battle of Britain: Phase Two: August-September 1940 (Luftwaffe Colours: Volume Two, Section 2) Paperback Eric Mombeek (Author), David Wadman (Author), Martin Pegg (Author)
  • Jagdwaffe: Battle of Britain: Phase Three: September-October 1940 (Luftwaffe Colours: Volume Two, Section 3) Paperback Eric Mombeek (Author), David Wadman (Author), Martin Pegg (Author)
  • Jagdwaffe: Battle of Britain: Phase Four: November 1940-June 1941 (Luftwaffe Colours: Volume Two, Section 4) Paperback Eric Mombeek (Author), David Wadman (Author), Martin Pegg (Author)

    Magazines: +

  • Airfix Magazines (English) - http://www.airfix.com/
  • Avions (French) - http://www.aerostories.org/~aerobiblio/rubrique10.html
  • FlyPast (English) - http://www.flypast.com/
  • Flugzeug Publikations GmbH (German) - http://vdmedien.com/flugzeug-publikations-gmbh-hersteller_verlag-vdm-heinz-nickel-33.html
  • Flugzeug Classic (German) - http://www.flugzeugclassic.de/
  • Klassiker (German) - http://shop.flugrevue.de/abo/klassiker-der-luftfahrt
  • Le Fana de L'Aviation (French) - http://boutique.editions-lariviere.fr/site/abonnement-le-fana-de-l-aviation-626-4-6.html
  • Le Fana de L'Aviation (French) - http://www.pdfmagazines.org/tags/Le+Fana+De+L+Aviation/
  • Osprey (English) - http://www.ospreypublishing.com/
  • Revi Magazines (Czech) - http://www.revi.cz/

    Web References: +

  • Wikipedia.org - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messerschmitt_Bf_109
  • Wikipedia.org - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messerschmitt_Bf_109_variants#cite_ref-100
  • Wikipedia.org - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messerschmitt_Bf_109_operational_history
  • Flickr.com - https://www.flickr.com/photos/farinihouseoflove/2209839419/in/photostream

 

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