Fw 190A Table

Jagdgeschwader 300

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 delivered brand new to JG300 in March 1945

I. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 300 - I./JG300

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 JG300 Black 8

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 Jagdgeschwader 300 Black 9 Altenburg Germany 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 Jagdgeschwader 300 Black 10 Altenburg Germany 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 Jagdgeschwader 300 Black 14 Altenburg Germany 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 of JG300 Blue 13 Maj.Walter Dahl Juteborg December 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 Black 1 I./JG300 Wilde Sau Hajo Herrmann Bonn Hangelar Germany 1945

II. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 300 - II./JG300

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 Jagdgeschwader 300 2./JG300 (Black 2+-) abandoned at Attenburg, Germany 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 Jagdgeschwader 300 Black 7 Altenburg Germany 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 Blue 3 of JG300's Stab flown by hpt. Friedrich-Karl Muller in October, 1943

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 II./JG300 Blue 7 Lobnitz 1944-45

4. Staffel II. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 300 - 4./JG300

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 Jagdgeschwader 300 4./JG300 (White 5+-) Friedrich Alten Holzkirchen, Germany 1945

These Sturmbocke of II.(Sturm)/JG300 were photographed at Holzkirchen in late August 1944. The pilot snatching 40 winks in the shadow of 'White 5' is Unteroffizier Friedrich Alten, who would later be killed in this machine Werk Nr. 681366 near Kassel on September 11 1944 (John Weal)

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 4./JG300 (White 7+-) Holzkirchen, Germany 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 4./JG300 (White 14+-) Holzkirchen, Germany 1945

HI !
Please find attached photos about Lt. Norbert Graziadei , Pilot of II 5./JG300 and a friend of Schröder and Bretschneider. His aircraft was FW190A8/R8. Find also attached his memorandum about himself in the lLftwaffe, bur sorry only in german it has to betranslated into english. Give me INFO, if i can help you to clarify some questions.
Kindest regards Rudolf from Austria

Bretschneider , sorry, died on 24.12.1944 near Kassel, his aircraft was the nicknamed 'Raubautz' and the RED 1.
Graziadei's aircraft was a FW190A8/R8 with the NIckname 'Moidl' (tyrolean Slang for mother)and the RED 2.
The aircraft looks similar to the aircraft of Bretschneider (Camoflage and Markings), so i think the Infoline for Graziadei should be in your list under the line of Bretschneider.
Grazadei has 8 confirmed kills (Americans with 5 kills were Aces !!), and find attached parts of Graziadei's flightbook.
A lot of info about Graziadei you will find in this Book Vol2. JG300 frm Lorant.
If you need more INFO , dont hasitate to contct me.
KR Rudolf

On 12/21/2010 4:01 AM, Phase3 wrote:
Hi Matthew

My 190A-8 template has seen better days and will need an update but I wouldnt mind giving it a go once the template is ready.

Are the photos on the site the ones you have received?

I might be able to make an approximation of the aircraft from that and will go through Jg300 Vol 2 tonight and see if theres anything more in there.
Thanks
Travis

Personal emblem 'Koohle Alaaf' Ernst Schroder

5. Staffel II. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 300 - 5./JG300

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 Red-2 flown by Norbert Graziadei of 5/JG300 'Moidl' (tyrolean Slang for mother), Lobnitz Germany 1944.

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 Red-1 flown by Klaus Bretschneider Staffelkapitan of 5/JG300 W.Nr. 682204, 'Rauhbautz VII' Lobnitz Germany 1944, Bretschneider named this aircraft rauhbautz VII (Tough guy) He must have got through a few! Credited with 37 kills before being shot down and killed by P-51s on the 24th December 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 5./JG300 Red 3 named 'Kornjark' flown by Luftwaffe ace Konrad Bauer WNr 171641 Lobnitz, Germany Sep 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 Red 8 flown by the 19 year old Matthaus Erhard, who flew as Red 1's wingman, The Pimpf motif means youngster, despite his youth he was credited with 7 kills before bailing out with a shattered knee.

Focke-Wulf FW 190A-8/R2 5./JG 300 Red 10 flown by Ofw. Karl Rusack, Löbnitz, January 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 Red 19 and Bar Unteroffizier Ernst Shroder. 5(sturm)./JG300 Lobnitz, Nov 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 5(sturm)./JG300 (Red 21+-) Lobnitz, Germany 1944

6. Staffel II. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 300 - 6./JG300

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 Yellow 1 flown by Klaus Bretschneider Staffelkapitan of 6./JG300 Lobnitz Germany 1944, Bretschneider named this aircraft Rauhbautz VII (Tough guy) He must have got through a few! Credited with 37 kills before being shot down and killed by P-51s on the 24th December 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 (Red 3N+-) flown by Klaus Bretschneider Staffelkapitan of 6./JG300 Lobnitz Germany 1944

Bretschneider named this aircraft Rauhbautz VII (Tough guy) He must have got through a few! Credited with 37 kills before being shot down and killed by P-51s on the 24th December 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 6./JG300 Yellow 1 Ewald Preiss W.Nr. 682641 Lobnitz 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 Ewald Preiß, 6./JG 300, October, 1944

Fw190A-8/R2, W.Nr. 682641, "Yellow 1, Gloria", flown by 6./JG 300 pilot Fw. Ewald Preiß in October, 1944 at Löbnitz. Preiss was one of the more experienced members of the unit. By the time he was shot down by P-51 Mustangs on March 24, 1945, flying Fw190A-9 W.Nr. 205279 "Green 3", he had a minimum of six victories over four-engined bombers.

Fw 190 A-8/R2 W.Nr 682641 "žlutá 1, Gloria", s níž létal příslušník 6./JG300 Fw. Ewald Preiß v říjnu 1944 z letiště Löbnitz. Preiß patřil mezi zkušené příslušníky jednotky. Do 24.3.1945, kdy byl v cockpitu Fw 190 A-9 W.Nr.205279 "zelená 3", sestřelen v boji se stíhačkami P-51 Mustang, dokázal dosáhnout minimálně 6 vítězství nad čtyřmotorovými bombardéry.

III. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 300 - III./JG300

7. Staffel II. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 300 - 7./JG300

Personal emblem Gustav Salffner

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 7./JG300 White 5+- Holzkirchen Munich 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 White 6 and Bar flown by Gustav Salffner 7./JG300 Germany

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 7./JG300 White 14 and Bar flown by Erich Staschewski Lobnitz Germany 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 7./JG300 White 5+- Holzkirchen Munich 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 White 6 and Bar flown by Gustav Salffner 7./JG300 Germany

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 7./JG300 White 14 and Bar flown by Erich Staschewski Lobnitz Germany 1945

8. Staffel II. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 300 - 8./JG300

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 8.II./JG300 Black 4 and bar Victor Heimann Löbnitz, Germany February 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 8.II./JG300 Black 5 and bar Löbnitz, Germany October 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 8./JG300 (Black 10+-) Karl Spenst Germany 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 Karl Spenst, 8./JG 300, December, 1944.

Reconstruction of Fw190A-8/R2, "Black 10", flown by CO of 8./JG 300, Karl Spenst, in December, 1944. This aircraft was photographed on November 27th, 1944 at Lobnitz, while still carrying the brick red fuselage band. The identifier for JG 300 was changed to blue/white/blue bands in December, 1944. Our guide pictures the aircraft in this fashion. The emblem of the Berlin Bear on the left side is a personal marking of the pilot. Karl Spenst achieved at least one kill.

Fw190A-8/R2, "Black 10", flown by CO of 8./JG 300, Karl Spenst, how it was photographed on November 27th, 1944 at Löbnitz, while still carrying the brick red fuselage band, prior the identifier for JG 300 was changed to blue/white/blue bands in December, 1944.

Fw 190 A-8/R2 "černá 10", se kterým létal velitel 8./JG 300 Lt. Karl Spenst, jak byl vyfotografovaný 27. listopadu 1944 v Löbnitz, kdy ještě nesl cihlově červený pruh na trupu. Označení JG 300 bylo v prosinci změněno na modro/bílo/modré pruhy.

Rekonstrukce podoby stroje Fw 190 A-8/R2 "černá 10", se kterým létal velitel 8./JG 300 Lt. Karl Spenst v prosinci 1944. Tento stroj byl fotograficky zachycen 27. listopadu 1944 v Löbnitz, kdy ještě nesl cihlově červený pruh na trupu. Označení JG 300 bylo v prosinci změněno na modro/bílo/modré pruhy, zobrazené i na tomto bokorysu. Emblém berlínského medvěda na levé straně je osobním označením pilota. Karl Spenst dosáhl minimálně jednoho vítězství.

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Friedrich Alten

Units:II(Sturm)./JG-300 (8/44 Holzkirchen)

Awards:Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8 (most likely) WNr 681366 'White 5' (lost)

Remarks:KIA 11 September, 1944 during aerial combat near Kassel. Source: John Weal.

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Walter Dahl

Walter Dahl was born on 27 March 1916 at Lug in the Bergzabern region of Pfalz. He joined the army in 1935, initially serving in the infantry, before transferring to the Luftwaffe and becoming a pilot. He became a flight instructor in 1939. In May 1941, Dahl was transferred to the Geschwaderstab of JG3. He gained his first victory on 22 June during the invasion of Russia. On 10 July, Dahl was transferred to II./JG3. By the end of October, Dahl had 17 victories to his credit, including three Russian aircraft shot down on 13 September to record victories seven through nine and a further three on 23 October, all Russian fighters (15-17).

Dahl was transferred to 4./JG3 on 13 December 1941 and accompanied the unit to the Mediterranean theatre. He claimed a Spitfire shot down over Malta on 1 April 1942, although this claim could well have occurred on 2 April. However, the victory was not confirmed and the "Spitfire", actually a RAF Hurricane of 229 Sqn, managed to return to its base on Malta, albeit damaged. On 10 April 1942, Dahl was appointed Staffelkapitan of Erganzungsgruppe/JG3. At the end of April 1943, Dahl was transferred to the staff of the General der Jagdflieger. On 15 August, Dahl was appointed Geschwaderadjutant of JG3 based on the Eastern front where, by mid-April 1943, he had raised his victory total to 51.

Dahl shot down four Russian Il-2 ground attack aircraft on 26 October 1942 (34-37). Oberleutnant Dahl was awarded the Deutsches Kreuz in Gold on 2 December 1942 for 42 victories. He shot down two Russian LaGG-3 fighters on 16 April 1943 (50-51). On 20 July 1943, Dahl was posted as Gruppenkommandeur of III./JG3, recently relocated to Munster from deployment around Kursk on the Russian Front. Here Dahl was to battle the bomber formations of the USAAF. He shot down two fourengined bombers on 6 September (52-53). He downed two more four-engined bombers and a USAAF P-38 twinengined fighter on 23 February 1944 (59-61). Dahl led III./JG3 against the Schweinfurt and Regensburg raid on 17 August but was intercepted by 222 Squadron RAF Spitfires. Five III./JG3 Bf-109s were shot down including the aircraft of Leutnant Hans Schleef (99 victories, RK, killed in action 31 December 1944). Dahl himself had to make a belly landing near Capperath when his Bf-109G-6 (W.Nr. 18842) suffered an engine failure. Major Dahl was awarded the Ritterkreuz on 11 March 1944 for 67 victories. On 21 May 1944, Dahl was appointed Kommodore of JGz.b.V. He led the unit until 6 June before taking command of JG300 on 27 June. On 13 September, he brought down a USAAF B-17 four-engined bomber by ramming.

Despite the successes achieved against the USAAF four-engined bombers with the use of Sturm tactics employed by JG300, Dahl was to be relieved of his command by Goring on 30 November 1944. On 26 January 1945, he was appointed Inspekteur der Tagjager. Oberst Dahl was awarded the Eichenlaub on 1 February for 92 victories. Despite his promotion, Dahl continued to fly operationally. He added 32 Russian aircraft to his tally flying over the Eastern front.

He recorded his 100th victory on 28 February 1945. Oberst Dahl ended the war flying Me 262 jet fighters with III./EJG2. Here he flew under the command of Heinz "Pritzl" Bar (221 victories, RK-S). On 27 March, Dahl claimed two USAAF P-47 fighters shot down. He gained his 128th and last victory, a USAAF P-51 Mustang near Dillingen, on 26 April 1945.

Walter Dahl survived the war but died on 25 November 1985 at Heidelberg, aged 69.
Walter Dahl shot down 128 enemy aircraft in 678 missions, including about 300 ground-attack missions. He claimed 30, possibly 36, four-engined bombers and 34 Il-2 Stormovik ground attack aircraft. Dahl also achieved 2, possibly as many as 9 victories, flying the Me-262. He recorded 84 victories over the Eastern Front.

No Date Time Enemy A/C Type Unit Location / Comments
1. 22.6.1941 4:30 I-18 Stab II./JG3  
2. 16.7.1941 15:45 I-16 Stab II./JG3  
3. 1.8.1941 13:00 I-16 Stab II./JG3  
4. 8.8.1941 13:30 DB-3 Stab II./JG3  
5. 24.8.1941 8:55 I-180 Stab II./JG3  
6. 24.8.1941 15:55 I-16 Stab II./JG3  
7. 13.9.1941 9:30 I-16 Stab II./JG3  
8. 13.9.1941 17:20 Il-2 Stab II./JG3  
9. 13.9.1941 17:27 Il-2 Stab II./JG3  
10. 14.9.1941 6:05 I-153 Stab II./JG3 Near Mironovka
11. 19.9.1941 13:57 SB-3 Stab II./JG3  
12. 11.10.1941 11:55 SB-3 Stab II./JG3  
13. 18.10.1941 10:10 I-16 Stab II./JG3  
14. 19.10.1941 15:25 I-16 Stab II./JG3  
15. 23.10.1941 10:56 I-61 Stab II./JG3  
16. 23.10.1941 11:00 I-61 Stab II./JG3  
17. 23.10.1941 11:20 I-16 Stab II./JG3  
  2.4.1942 15:30 Spitfire 4./JG3 Hurricane (BV174) of 229 Sqn RAF, damaged - not confirmed, possibly occurred 1/4/42
18. 26.8.1942 8:30 Yak-7 Stab JG3  
19. 7.9.1942 15:36 La-5 Stab JG3  
20. 19.9.1942 11:44 Yak-7 Stab JG3  
21. 24.9.1942 11:03 Yak-1 Stab JG3  
22. 24.9.1942 11:09 Yak-1 Stab JG3  
23. 27.9.1942 16:03 Il-2 Stab JG3  
24. 29.9.1942 10:17 Il-2 Stab JG3  
25. 30.9.1942 16:10 Il-2 Stab JG3  
26. 30.9.1942 16:15 P-40 Stab JG3  
27. 30.9.1942 16:16 P-40 Stab JG3  
28. 14.10.1942 7:07 Il-2 Stab JG3  
29. 14.10.1942 7:15 Il-2 Stab JG3  
30. 17.10.1942 9:15 Yak-1 Stab JG3  
31. 25.10.1942 10:20 LaGG-3 Stab JG3  
32. 25.10.1942 10:39 Il-2 Stab JG3  
33. 25.10.1942 14:21 Il-2 Stab JG3  
34. 26.10.1942 14:02 Il-2 Stab JG3  
35. 26.10.1942 14:07 Il-2 Stab JG3  
36. 26.10.1942 14:08 Il-2 Stab JG3  
37. 26.10.1942 14:12 Il-2 Stab JG3  
38. 27.10.1942 10:00 Yak-1 Stab JG3  
39. 30.11.1942 8:10 Il-2 Stab JG3  
40. 30.11.1942 8:12 Il-2 Stab JG3  
41. 30.11.1942 13:25 Yak-1 Stab JG3  
42. 2.12.1942 9:10 Il-2 Stab JG3  
43. 16.3.1943 14:25 Boston Stab JG3  
44. 21.3.1943 14:55 LaGG-3 Stab JG3  
45. 15.4.1943 16:28 LaGG-3 Stab JG3  
46. 15.4.1943 16:30 LaGG-3 Stab JG3  
47. 16.4.1943 15:08 P-39 Stab JG3  
48. 16.4.1943 15:10 P-39 Stab JG3  
49. 16.4.1943 15:15 P-39 Stab JG3  
50. 17.4.1943 15:06 LaGG-3 Stab JG3  
51. 17.4.1943 15:06 LaGG-3 Stab JG3  
52. 6.9.1943 11:15 B-17 HSS Stab III./JG3  
53. 6.9.1943 11:30 B-17 Stab III./JG3  
54. 14.10.1943 14:30 B-17 Stab III./JG3 Aschaffenburg-Wurzburg
55. 14.10.1943 14:35 B-17 HSS Stab III./JG3 Aschaffenburg-Wurzburg
56. 19.12.1943 12:25 B-17 Stab III./JG3 Innsbruck-Bolzano
57. 29.1.1944 11:07 B-17 Stab III./JG3 Mannheim-Bastogne
58. 29.1.1944 11:13 B-17 HSS Stab III./JG3 Mannheim-Bastogne
59. 23.2.1944 12:08 B-24 Stab III./JG3  
60. 23.2.1944 12:12 B-24 HSS Stab III./JG3  
61. 23.2.1944 12:20 P-38 Stab III./JG3  
62. 24.2.1944 13:12 B-17 HSS Stab III./JG3  
63. 24.2.1944 13:12 B-17 HSS Stab III./JG3  
64. 24.2.1944 13:20 P-38 Stab III./JG3  
65. 25.2.1944 12:27 B-17 Stab III./JG3 Salzburg-Regensburg
66. 25.2.1944 12:48 B-17 Stab III./JG3 Salzburg-Regensburg
67. 13.4.1944 15:04 B-17 Stab III./JG3 20-30km NW Augsburg
68. 13.4.1944 15:08 B-17 HSS Stab III./JG3 30km N Augsburg
69. 24.4.1944 13:30 B-17 Stab III./JG3 Near Augsburg
70. 24.4.1944 13:36 B-17 Stab III./JG3 10km S Munchen
71. 24.4.1944 13:45 P-51 Stab III./JG3 Near Munchen
72. 7.7.1944 9:45 B-24 Stab JG300 N Quedlingburg
73. 15.8.1944 11:45 B-17 Stab JG300 Daun-Kyllberg area
74. 15.8.1944 11:46 B-17 Stab JG300 Koblenz area
75. 11.9.1944 11:55 B-17 Stab JG300 Halle-Leipzig
76. 11.9.1944 12:05 B-17 Stab JG300 Querfurt-Naumburg
77. 13.9.1944   B-17 Stab JG300 rammed
78. 28.9.1944 12:45 B-17 Stab JG300 Wolfenbuttel area
79. 6.10.1944   B-17 Stab JG300  
80. 7.10.1944   P-51 Stab JG300  
81. 26.10.1944   B-17 Stab JG300  
82. 5.11.1944   B-17 Stab JG300  
83. 3.12.1944   B-17 Stab JG300  
84. 5.12.1944   B-17 Stab JG300  
85. 5.12.1944   P-51 Stab JG300  
86. 27.1.1945   La-7 ?  
87. 28.1.1945   Il-2 ?  
88. 29.1.1945   Il-2 ?  
89. 29.1.1945   La-7 ?  
90. 30.1.1945   B-17 ?  
91. 30.1.1945   P-51 ?  
92. 31.1.1945   P-51 ?  
93. 4.2.1945   P-38 ?  
94.-99. 20.2.1945   La-7 ?  
94.-99. 21.2.1945   Il-2 ?  
94.-99. 21.2.1945   Il-2 ?  
94.-99. II.1945   E/a ?  
94.-99. II.1945   E/a ?  
94.-99. II.1945   E/a ?  
100. 28.2.1945   E/a ?  
101.-125. II.-III.1945   25 victories ? All probably Eastern front
126. 27.3.1945   P-47 III./EJG2 This combat possibly occurred 25.3.1945
127. 27.3.1945   P-47 III./EJG2 This combat possibly occurred 25.3.1945
128. 26.4.1945   P-51 III./EJG2 Near Dilligen

Victories : 128
Awards :Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves
Units : JG3, JGz.b.v., JG300, EJG2

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

Asisbiz database list of aerial victories for Walter Dahl

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
06-Sep-43 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 HSS   11.15  
06-Sep-43 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 Fortress 7200m 11.30 12km SW St. Avold
14-Oct-43 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 Fortress 7000m 14.30 Est Aschaffenburg-Wurzburg
14-Oct-43 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 HSS 7000m 14.35 Est Aschaffenburg-Wurzburg
19-Dec-43 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 Fortress 6000m 12.25 14 Ost N/ID (Zillertaler-Alpen)
29-Jan-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 Fortress   11.07  
29-Jan-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 HSS   11.13  
23-Feb-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-24 HSS   12.12  
23-Feb-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 P-38 Lightning 6000m 12.20 SE Steyr
23-Feb-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-24 Liberator   12.08  
24-Feb-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 P-38 Lightning 5000m 13.20 30km SE Steyr
24-Feb-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 HSS   13.12  
24-Feb-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 HSS   13.12  
25-Feb-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 Fortress 6500m 12.27 Gegend Muhldorf
25-Feb-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 Fortress 6500m 12.48 20-30km SW Regensburg
13-Apr-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 Fortress 6000m 15.04 20-30km NW Augsburg
13-Apr-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 HSS 6000m 15.08 30km N. Augsburg
24-Apr-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 HSS 6500m 13.36 10km S. Munchen
24-Apr-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 B-17 Fortress 6500m 13.30 Gegend Augsburg
24-Apr-44 Walter Dahl Stab III./JG3 P-51 Mustang 6500m 13.45 Raum Munchen
07-Jul-44 Walter Dahl StabJG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 09.45 N. Quedlinburg Kr. Sachsen
15-Aug-44 Walter Dahl StabJG300 B-17 Fortress 6500m 11.46 PP-PO-QO (Raum Koblenz)
15-Aug-44 Walter Dahl StabJG300 B-17 Fortress 6500m 11.45 PO-QO (Raum Daun-Kyllberg)
11-Sep-44 Walter Dahl StabJG300 B-17 Fortress 7000m 12.05 LD-MD-KC-KD (W. Halle)
11-Sep-44 Walter Dahl StabJG300 B-17 Fortress 7000m 11.55 LD-KD-KE-LE (Halle-Leipzig)
28-Sep-44 Walter Dahl StabJG300 B-17 Fortress 7900m 12.45 HB-HA (Raum Wofenbuttel)
06-Oct-44 Walter Dahl StabJG300 B-17 Fortress   12.05 FF-FG-GF (Naunen-Brandenburg)
27-Jan-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager La-7      
28-Jan-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager Il-2      
29-Jan-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager Il-2      
29-Jan-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager La-7      
30-Jan-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager P-51 Mustang      
30-Jan-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager B-17 Fortress      
31-Jan-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager P-51 Mustang      
04-Feb-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager P-38 Lightning      
20-Feb-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager La-7      
21-Feb-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager Il-2      
21-Feb-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager Il-2      
28-Feb-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager Abschu?**      
28-Feb-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager Abschu?**      
28-Feb-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager Abschu?      
28-Feb-45 Walter Dahl Stab Insp./derTagjager Abschu?**      
27-Mar-45 Walter Dahl Stab III./EJG2 P-47 Thunderbolt      
27-Mar-45 Walter Dahl Stab III./EJG2 P-47 Thunderbolt      
26-Apr-45 Walter Dahl Stab III./EJG2 P-51 Mustang     Raum Dillingen



Norbert Graziadei

Units:5./JG-300, 6./JG-300 (7/44), 5./JG-300 (9/44)

Awards:EP, EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8 'Red 3', another A-8 'Red 14' lost 9/27/44 at Gotha

Remarks:On 7 July, 1944, he lost an A-8 at Leipzig, his disposition unknown. A 3rd AC loss, another A-8 on 31 December, 1944 at Rotenburg, unknown if injured. One known victory, a B-24 NW of Tulln on 26 June, 1944. A 2nd, a B-24 SE of Eschwege on 27 September, 1944. A 3rd, a B-17 (HSS) at Hildesheim-Salzgitter on 28 September, 1944. A 4th, a B-17 in the Rathenow area on 6 October, 1944. A 5th, a B-17 (HSS) in the Artern area, W of Leipzig, on 7 October, 1944. A 6th, a B-24 at Prossnitz (Olomouc) on 17 December, 1944. Deceased 1999.

Asisbiz database list of 7 aerial victories for Norbert Graziadei

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
20-Feb-44 Norbert Graziadei 5./JG300 Lancaster   04:20 -
26-Jun-44 Norbert Graziadei 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 09:48 NW Tulln
27-Sep-44 Norbert Graziadei 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7800m 11:04 MA-MU (SW & SE Eschwege)
28-Sep-44 Norbert Graziadei 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress Hss 8000m 12:58 HU-HA (Hildesheim-Salzgitter)
06-Oct-44 Norbert Graziadei 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 7600m 12:15 Raum Rathenow
07-Oct-44 Norbert Graziadei 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress Hss 8000m 12:09 LC (Artern area W Leipzig)
17-Dec-44 Norbert Graziadei 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7500m 12:00 SP (Prossnitz)



Konrad 'Pitt' Bauer

Konrad “Pitt” Bauer was born on 9 February 1919 at Gelsenkirchen. In March 1943, Bauer was serving with JG 51 based on the Eastern Front. Unteroffizier Bauer was assigned to 10./JG 51. He recorded his first victory on 20 March, when he shot down a Russian Pe-2 twin-engine bomber. By September 1943, Bauer was serving with the Geschwaderstab of JG 51. On 15 December 1943, he claimed six enemy aircraft, five of which he shot down in five minutes on one mission. He gained a total of 18 victories over the Eastern front. Bauer was transferred to 2./JG 3 “Udet”, operating on Reichsverteidigung duties, in March 1944. He recorded his first victory over a four-engine bomber on 18 April, when he shot down a USAAF B-17. He shot down another two B-17s on 24 May. In June 1944, Bauer was transferred to 5.(Sturm)/JG 300. This unit was mostly equipped with Focke-Wulf 190 A-8/R2 or R8 with two 30mm cannon Mk 108 and two 20mm cannon MG 151/20 to combat the increasing number of USAAF four-engine bombers raiding Germany. With this unit he became one of the best Viermottöters recording 29 four-engine bombers shot down. On 7 July 1944, Bauer shot down two USAAF B-24 four-engine bombers and escorting USAAF P-38 twin-engine fighter in the Oschersleben area. On 11 September, after shooting down three USAAF P-51 fighters, he was himself shot down in Fw 190 A-8 (W.Nr. 681 469) “Red 21” and wounded losing two fingers from his right hand. Feldwebel Bauer was awarded the Ritterkreuz on 31 October 1944 for 34 victories, including 14 four-engine bombers. At the end of January 1945, Bauer returned as Staffelkapitän of 5./JG 300. Bauer was recommended for the Eichenlaub but never received the award.

'Pitt' Bauer flew 416 combat missions and shot down 57 enemy aircraft. He recorded 18 victories over the Eastern front. Of his 39 victories recorded over the Western front, 32 were four-engine bombers including some Herausschüsse and at least five P-51 fighters. He was shot down seven times.

Asisbiz database list of 37 aerial victories for Konrad Bauer

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
20-Mar-43 Konrad Bauer 10./JG51 Pe-2 100m 15:25 25 281
01-Sep-43 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 LaGG-5 400m 18:12 25 467
02-Sep-43 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 Il-2 Sturmovik m.H. 600m 11:10 25 496
05-Sep-43 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 Il-2 Sturmovik m.H. 300m 11:23 SW Yelnya
29-Nov-43 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 P-2 1500m 14:24 25km E Shlobin
15-Dec-43 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 A-20 Boston III 900m 10:07 93 425
15-Dec-43 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 A-20 Boston III 900m 10:06 93 276
15-Dec-43 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 Il-2 Sturmovik m.H. 400m 10:09 93 436
15-Dec-43 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 Il-2 Sturmovik m.H. 400m 10:09 03 311
15-Dec-43 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 Il-2 Sturmovik m.H. 300m 10:10 93 299
15-Dec-43 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 Il-2 Sturmovik m.H. 100m 08:20 03 176
10-Jan-44 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 Yak-7 700m 11:15 95566
10-Jan-44 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 Il-2 Sturmovik m.H. 200m 11:17 93 617
12-Jan-44 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 Pe-2   12:05 93 627
12-Jan-44 Konrad Bauer Stab /JG51 Pe-2 3500m 12:05 93 643
18-Apr-44 Konrad Bauer 2./JG3 B-17 Fortress 55-6000m 14:50 EG-43 (Zehdenick N Berlin)
24-May-44 Konrad Bauer 2./JG3 B-17 Fortress      
24-May-44 Konrad Bauer 2./JG3 B-17 Fortress      
07-Jul-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 09:36 15 Ost S/LC (Arten)
07-Jul-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 P-38 Lightning 6000m 09:46 15 Ost S/JB (Wernigerode)
07-Jul-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 09:37 15 Ost S/LC (Arten)
19-Jul-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 3000m 09:35 14 Ost N/EA-6 (Obergunzberg)
20-Jul-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 7500m 11:05 Zwickau
20-Jul-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 7500m 11:06 Zwickau
25-Jul-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6500m 11:08 14 Ost N/CL (Martinsburg-Spitz)
27-Jul-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7000m 10:01 14 Ost N/GR (Szekesfehervar)
27-Jul-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7000m 10:00 14 Ost N/GR (Szekesfehervar)
27-Jul-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7000m 10:00 14 Ost N/GR-7 (Szekesfehervar)
09-Aug-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 7000m 10:45 BS 6 (Wildberg)
15-Aug-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 6000m 11:45 QO-8 (Daun-Kyllberg area)
22-Aug-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7000m 10:05 14 Ost N/HP
23-Aug-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 30m 12:18 FL-5 (Hochschwab)
23-Aug-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang   12:19 FL-5 Bodennahe (Hochschwab)
29-Aug-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 7500m 10:45 15 Ost S/UR (Brunn)
11-Sep-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 3500m 11:53 05 Ost S/MU (SE Kassel)
11-Sep-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 50m 11:58 NT (Schwarmstadt-Arsfeld)
11-Sep-44 Konrad Bauer 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 7000m 11:52 05 Ost S/MU (SE Kassel)

luftwaffe.cz database list of aerial victories for Konrad Bauer

No Date Time Enemy A/C Type Unit Location / Comments
1 20.3.1943 15:25 Pe-2 10./JG 51 25 281: at 100m
? 1.9.1943 18:12 LaGG-5 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 25 467: at 400m
? 2.9.1943 11:10 Il-2 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 25 496: at 600m
? 5.9.1943 11:23 Il-2 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 SW Yel'nya: at 300m
? 29.11.1943 14:24 Pe-2 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 25km E Shlobin: at 1.500m
? 15.12.1943 8:20 Il-2 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 03 176: at 100m
? 15.12.1943 10:06 Boston III Stabsstaffel/JG 51 93 276: at 900m
? 15.12.1943 10:07 Boston III Stabsstaffel/JG 51 93 425: at 900m
? 15.12.1943 10:09 Il-2 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 93 436: at 400m
? 15.12.1943 10:09 Il-2 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 03 311: at 400m
? 15.12.1943 10:10 Il-2 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 93 299: at 300m
? 10.1.1944 11:15 Yak-7 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 95566 at 700m
? 10.1.1944 11:17 Il-2 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 93 617: at 200m
? 12.1.1944 12:05 Pe-2 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 93 643 at 3.500m
? 12.1.1944 12:05 Pe-2 Stabsstaffel/JG 51 93 627
19? 18.4.1944 14:50 B-17 2./JG 3 Zehdenick
20? 24.5.1944 - B-17 2./JG 3 -
21? 24.5.1944 - B-17 2./JG 3 -
? 7.7.1944 9:36 B-24 5./JG 300 Arten
? 7.7.1944 9:37 B-24 5./JG 300 Arten
? 7.7.1944 9:46 P-38 5./JG 300 Wernigerode
? 19.7.1944 9:35 P-51 5./JG 300 Obergünzberg
? 20.7.1944 11:05 B-17 5./JG 300 Zwickau
? 20.7.1944 11:06 B-17 5./JG 300 Zwickau
? 25.7.1944 11:08 B-24 5./JG 300 14 Ost N/CL: 6.500m [Martinsburg-Spitz]
? 27.7.1944 10:00 B-24 5./JG 300 Szèkesfehervar
? 27.7.1944 10:00 B-24 5./JG 300 Szèkesfehervar
? 27.7.1944 10:01 B-24 5./JG 300 Szèkesfehervar
? 9.8.1944 10:45 B-17 5./JG 300 Wildberg
? 15.8.1944 11:45 B-17 5./JG 300 Daun-Kyllberg area
? 22.8.1944 10:05 B-24 5./JG 300 Nagykanisza Mura
? 23.8.1944 12:18 P-51 5./JG 300 Hochschwab
- 23.8.1944 12:19 P-51 5./JG 300 Hochschwab / not confirmed
? 29.8.1944 10:45 B-17 5./JG 300 Trencin area, 2nd BG
? 11.9.1944 11:52 P-51 5./JG 300 SE Kassel
? 11.9.1944 11:53 P-51 5./JG 300 SE Kassel
? 11.9.1944 11:58 P-51 5./JG 300 Schwarmstädt-Arsfeld

Victories : 57
Awards : Ehrenpokal (31 March 1944)
Deutsches Kreuz in Gold (10 July 1944)
Ritterkreuz (31 October 1944)
Units : JG 51, JG 3, JG 300
Web Reference: http://www.luftwaffe.cz/bauerk.html



Klaus Bretschneider

Units:6./JG-300 (3/44), 5./JG-300 (6/44), Stfkpt 5(Nacht)./JG-300 (10/44)

Awards:RK(11/18/44), DK-G('44), EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-7 'Yellow 1N' w Stf., Fw 190A-8/R8 'Red 16' (rammed a B-24 in this a/c.), Fw 190A-8/R8 WNr 682204 'Red 1' (lost) w/5 Stf.

Remarks:KIA 24 December, 1944 in 'Red 1' 'Rauhbautz IV', after being shot down by a Mustang of 357FG over the Knüll Mountains in Central Germany, near Kassel (Hausen/Oberaula). His 1st victory, at night against RAF bombers, came on 6 September, 1943. 14 of his victories were RAF bombers at night, including a double victory on 24 March, 1944; both '4 mots' N of Krefeld. A P-51 in the Füssen area on 18 July, 1944. A P-38 S of Munich on 19 July, 1944. A B-24 at Szekesfehervar on 27 July, 1944. A B-24 (HSS) near Budweis/Böhmen (Bohemia) on 24 August, 1944. A P-51 SE of Göttingen on 27 September, 1944. A B-17 at Hildesheim on 28 September, 1944. 17 of his victories were U.S. bombers during the day, 3 of which he downed on 7 October, 1944. He was forced to bail (safely) on this date after ramming the 3rd B-17. Magnus Report, 34 victories. Bowers/Lednicer, 40 victories. Photo

Asisbiz database list of 30 aerial victories for Klaus Bretschneider

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
28-Aug-43 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 Stirling 4500m 01.55 E Nurnburg
06-Sep-43 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 Lancaster   00.20 South of Mannheim
07-Sep-43 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 4-mot. Flzg.     Raum Munchen
23-Sep-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 4-mot. Flzg.      
23-Sep-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 Lancaster      
03-Oct-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 Halifax      
04-Oct-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 Lancaster      
16-Dec-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 Lancaster      
29-Dec-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 4-mot. Flgz.      
29-Jan-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 4-mot. Flzg.      
18-Mar-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 4-mot. Flzg.      
25-Mar-44 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 4-mot. Flzg. 5000m 00.27 N Krefeld
25-Mar-44 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 4-mot. Flzg. 4500m 00.41 N Krefeld
31-Mar-44 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 4-mot. Flzg.   00.35 Gegend Stuttgart
26-Jun-44 Klaus Bretschneider Stab II./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 09.42 bei Tulln
07-Jul-44 Klaus Bretschneider Stab /JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 09.35 15 Ost S/JD (Calbe/Magdeburg)
18-Jul-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 7000m 10.46 14 Ost N/FB (Fussen area)
19-Jul-44 Klaus Bretschneider Stab /JG300 P-38 Lightning 5500m 11.35 14 Ost N/ED-3 (S Munchen)
20-Jul-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 6500m 11.10 Raum Zwickau
27-Jul-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7200m 09.57 14 Ost N/GR (Szekesfehervar)
22-Aug-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7300m 10.05 14 Ost N/HP-HQ
24-Aug-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator Hss   12.48 Raum Budweis/Bohmen
11-Sep-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 1500m 13.35 15 Ost S/HA (Salzgitter)
12-Sep-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress Hss 8000m 11.33 EH (Eberswalde)
12-Sep-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 8000m 11.31 EH (Eberswalde)
27-Sep-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 7000m 10.52 05 Ost S/LA (SE Gottingen)
28-Sep-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 8500m 12.53 HU (Hildesheim)
07-Oct-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 8200m 12.05 LC (Artern area)
07-Oct-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress Hss 8200m 12.06 LC (Artern area)
17-Dec-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 8000m 11.55 SP (Prossnitz)



Matthäus 'Pimpf' Erhardt

Units:5./JG-300 (11/44)

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

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8 WNr 783360 'Red 8, Pimpf' (lost 1/14/45 near Kyritz/Wittstock)

Remarks:WIA 14 January, 1945 after taking B-17 return fire. He suffered a severe knee wound and landed 200 meters from his comrade, Ofhr Kuring, at Löbnitz. He was carried by a horse cart to a hospital in Kyritz, where his left leg was amputated. Five Bombers. He served as Bretschneider's wingman. One known victory, a P-51 at the Eisenach airfield on 11 September, 1944. A 2nd, a B-17 (HSS) at Eberswalde on 12 September, 1944. A 3rd & 4th, a B-17 (HSS) and a B-17 near Rathenow on 6 October, 1944. A 5th, a B-24 at Prossnitz (Olomouc) on 17 December, 1944. Jager Blatt. Alternate spelling: Erhard.

Asisbiz database list of 5 aerial victories for Matthaus Erhard

No Date Time Enemy A/C Type Unit Location Comments
11-Sep-44 Matthaus Erhard 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 100m 12.00 Flugplatz Eisenach
12-Sep-44 Matthaus Erhard 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress Hss 8000m 11.28 EH (Eberswalde)
06-Oct-44 Matthaus Erhard 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 7800m 12.05 Rathenow
06-Oct-44 Matthaus Erhard 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress Hss 7800m 12.03 Raum Rathenow
17-Dec-44 Matthaus Erhard 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7500m 12.00 SP (Prossnitz)



Ernst Schröder

Units:5(Sturm)./JG-300 (7/44), 4./JG-300 (4/45)

Awards:EP, EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8/R2 WNr 172733 'Red 19' (lost 11/44)

Remarks:He flew his first mission on 15 August, 1944. Two of his victims were B-24's of the 445BG, shot down in seconds, 15 km S of Eschwege on 27 September, 1944. This same day, he escaped the guns of a P-51B of 376FS, 361FG, piloted by 2/Lt Robert Volkman after an extended dogfight. A 3rd known victory, earlier, a P-51 SW of Kassel on 11 September, 1944. Belly landed his 'Red 19' on 27 November, 1944 after a wild dogfight with a P-51 over Halberstadt-Quedlingburg. A 4th, a P-51 in the Kassel-Badhersfeld area on 24 December, 1944. His 'Red 19' bore the motto 'Kolle alaaf' (Cologne aloft). Schröder was born in Cologne. The motto inscribed on his 'Red 19' 'Kölle-alaaf' translated, meant Up with Cologne. He was a good friend of Uffz Kurt Witte(KIA). He was known to have landed at the Holzkirchen airfield, which housed an Italian Ju 87 unit, and was caught in the middle of a strafing attack by four P-47's. Alternate spelling; Schroeder (Magnus) & Schroeder.

Asisbiz database list of aerial victories for Ernst Schroder

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
20-Dec-43 Ernst Schroder 1./JG300 4-mot. Flgz.   19.40 gegen Offenburg
11-Sep-44 Ernst Schroder 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 5300m 11.35 05 Ost S/MT (SW Kassel)
27-Sep-44 Ernst Schroder 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator   11.12 MU-6/MA-4 (15km S. Eschwege)
27-Sep-44 Ernst Schroder 5./JG300 B-24 e.V.   11.13 MU-6/MA-4 (15km S. Eschwege)
24-Dec-44 Ernst Schroder 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 1500m 14.54 NU-MU (Kassel-Bad Hersfeld)



Karl Heinz Rusack

Units:5./JG-300

Awards:EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Bf 190A-7 (lost 7/7/44 at Leipzig), Fw 190A-8 'Red 10' (lost 4/27/45)

Remarks:POW 27 April, 1945 after being shot down in 'Red 10' in the vicinity of Deggendorf/Plattling. One known victory, a B-24 at Calbe/Saale on 7 July, 1944. His 7 July injuries, if any, unknown. Magnus, 7 victories.

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Klaus Bretschneider

Units:6./JG-300 (3/44), 5./JG-300 (6/44), Stfkpt 5(Nacht)./JG-300 (10/44)

Awards:RK(11/18/44), DK-G('44), EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-7 'Yellow 1N' w Stf., Fw 190A-8/R8 'Red 16' (rammed a B-24 in this a/c.), Fw 190A-8/R8 WNr 682204 'Red 1' (lost) w/5 Stf.

Remarks:KIA 24 December, 1944 in 'Red 1' 'Rauhbautz IV', after being shot down by a Mustang of 357FG over the Knüll Mountains in Central Germany, near Kassel (Hausen/Oberaula). His 1st victory, at night against RAF bombers, came on 6 September, 1943. 14 of his victories were RAF bombers at night, including a double victory on 24 March, 1944; both '4 mots' N of Krefeld. A P-51 in the Füssen area on 18 July, 1944. A P-38 S of Munich on 19 July, 1944. A B-24 at Szekesfehervar on 27 July, 1944. A B-24 (HSS) near Budweis/Böhmen (Bohemia) on 24 August, 1944. A P-51 SE of Göttingen on 27 September, 1944. A B-17 at Hildesheim on 28 September, 1944. 17 of his victories were U.S. bombers during the day, 3 of which he downed on 7 October, 1944. He was forced to bail (safely) on this date after ramming the 3rd B-17. Magnus Report, 34 victories. Bowers/Lednicer, 40 victories. Photo

Asisbiz database list of 30 aerial victories for Klaus Bretschneider

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
28-Aug-43 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 Stirling 4500m 01.55 E Nurnburg
06-Sep-43 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 Lancaster   00.20 South of Mannheim
07-Sep-43 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 4-mot. Flzg.     Raum Munchen
23-Sep-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 4-mot. Flzg.      
23-Sep-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 Lancaster      
03-Oct-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 Halifax      
04-Oct-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 Lancaster      
16-Dec-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 Lancaster      
29-Dec-43 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 4-mot. Flgz.      
29-Jan-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 4-mot. Flzg.      
18-Mar-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 4-mot. Flzg.      
25-Mar-44 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 4-mot. Flzg. 5000m 00.27 N Krefeld
25-Mar-44 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 4-mot. Flzg. 4500m 00.41 N Krefeld
31-Mar-44 Klaus Bretschneider 6./JG300 4-mot. Flzg.   00.35 Gegend Stuttgart
26-Jun-44 Klaus Bretschneider Stab II./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 09.42 bei Tulln
07-Jul-44 Klaus Bretschneider Stab /JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 09.35 15 Ost S/JD (Calbe/Magdeburg)
18-Jul-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 7000m 10.46 14 Ost N/FB (Fussen area)
19-Jul-44 Klaus Bretschneider Stab /JG300 P-38 Lightning 5500m 11.35 14 Ost N/ED-3 (S Munchen)
20-Jul-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 6500m 11.10 Raum Zwickau
27-Jul-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7200m 09.57 14 Ost N/GR (Szekesfehervar)
22-Aug-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7300m 10.05 14 Ost N/HP-HQ
24-Aug-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator Hss   12.48 Raum Budweis/Bohmen
11-Sep-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 1500m 13.35 15 Ost S/HA (Salzgitter)
12-Sep-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress Hss 8000m 11.33 EH (Eberswalde)
12-Sep-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 8000m 11.31 EH (Eberswalde)
27-Sep-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 P-51 Mustang 7000m 10.52 05 Ost S/LA (SE Gottingen)
28-Sep-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 8500m 12.53 HU (Hildesheim)
07-Oct-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 8200m 12.05 LC (Artern area)
07-Oct-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress Hss 8200m 12.06 LC (Artern area)
17-Dec-44 Klaus Bretschneider 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 8000m 11.55 SP (Prossnitz)



Hubert Engst

Units:JG-110, Stabstaffel II./JG Hermann (7/43), 6./JG-300 (7/43), 5./JG-300 (6/44), 6./JG-300 (8/44)

Awards:DK-G('45), EP, EK 1 & 2, Wound Badge(8/24/44), Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8 WNr 681361 'Yellow 7' (lost 8/44), Fw 190A-8/R8 WNr 682181 'Yellow 2' (lost 12/44)

Remarks:10+ bombers. On 24 August, 1944, after downing a B-24 at Neuhaus (Jindrichuv Hradec Bohemia), he was shot down with wounds by return fire, in his A-8 'Yellow 7'. Lost a 2nd A-8, Werk # 681181 'Yellow 2', at Hersfeld on 24 December, 1944. Pilot severely wounded a 2nd time. One known victory, his 1st, a Stirling SE of Wüppertal on 31 July, 1943, only hours after being assigned to Stabsstaffel/JG Hermann. Another, a Lancaster S of Nürnburg on 28 August, 1943. A B-17 S of Schönewalde and a B-24 at Luckenwalde on 21 June, 1944. A B-24 SW of Tulln on 26 June, 1944. A B-24 S of Magdeburg on 7 July, 1944. A B-24 (im Zus. - with flak) at Neuhaus/Böhmen on 24 August, 1944. A B-24 SE of Eschwege on 27 September, 1944. A 2nd B-24, same day, in the Treffurt area. A 9th, a B-24 at Prossnitz (Olomouc) on 17 December, 1944. Shot down four times. Survived the war. His victories may be as high as 21; 20 bombers and one Mosquito, per his son Wolfgang Engst.

Asisbiz database list of 10 aerial victories for Hubert Engst

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
31-Jul-43 Hubert Engst Stab II./JG Herrmann Stirling 3500-4000m 01.16 SE Wuppertal
28-Aug-43 Hubert Engst 6./JG300 Lancaster 5000m 01.50 South of Nurnberg
21-Jun-44 Hubert Engst 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 10.35 Luckenwalde
21-Jun-44 Hubert Engst 5./JG300 B-17 Fortress 6500m 10.25 SE Schonewalde
26-Jun-44 Hubert Engst 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 09.40 SW Tulln
07-Jul-44 Hubert Engst 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 09.37 S Magdeburg
24-Aug-44 Hubert Engst 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6000m 12.45 Neuhaus/Bohmen
27-Sep-44 Hubert Engst 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator 6500m 11.08 15 Ost S/MA (Treffurt area)
27-Sep-44 Hubert Engst 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7700m 11.04 MA-MU (SW & SE Eschwege)
17-Dec-44 Hubert Engst 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7500m 12.00 SP (Prossnitz)



Lothar Födisch

Units:6./JG300

Awards:EP, EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8/R8 WNr 681471 'Yellow 15' (lost 10/7/44 at Ostramonda by Kölleda)

Remarks:KIA 7 October, 1944 during aerial combat near Leipzig (JG-300 Loss List). Two known victories, a B-17 at Eberswalde and a B-17 (HSS), same location, on 12 September, 1944. Another double victory, two B-24's SE of Kassel on 27 September, 1944. A 5th, a B-17 at Hildesheim-Salzgitter on 28 September, 1944. Alternate spelling: Fodisch (Magnus).

Asisbiz database list of 5 aerial victories for Lothar Födisch

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
12-Sep-44 Lothar Fodisch 6./JG300 B-17 Fortress Hss 8000m 11.30 EH (Eberswalde)
12-Sep-44 Lothar Fodisch 6./JG300 B-17 Fortress 8000m 11.28 EH (Eberswalde)
27-Sep-44 Lothar Fodisch 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7700m 11.04 MU (50km SE Kassel)
27-Sep-44 Lothar Fodisch 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7700m 11.02 MU (50km SE Kassel)
28-Sep-44 Lothar Fodisch 6./JG300 B-17 Fortress 8000m 12.52 HU-HA (Hildesheim-Salzgitter)



Paul Lixfeld

Units:6./JG-300 (11/44 Löbnitz Ger.)

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

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-78/R2 WNr 642650 'Yellow 8' (lost 12/17/44 in Upper Schlesia)

Remarks:Shot down with wounds 17 December, 1944 at Olomouc, Slezsko, CZ; parachuted safely (JG-300 Loss List). One known victory, a B-24 at Prossnitz on 17 December, 1944. Former EM. Another source suggests the AC was an A-8/R2 'Yellow 12'. Alternate spelling: Lixfeldt.

Asisbiz database list of 1 aerial victories for Paul Lixfeld

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
17-Dec-44 Paul Lixfeld 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator 7500m 11.57 SP (Prossnitz)



Hans 'Hannes' Theiss

Units:6./JG-300 (8/44), JG-7

Awards:EP, EK 1 & 2, Glider Badge, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8/R8 'Yellow 9'

Remarks:5 Bombers. One known victory, a B-17 in the Daun-Kyllberg area on 15 August, 1944. A 2nd & 3rd, a B-24 and a B-24 (e.V.) over Austria on 22 August, 1944. A 4th, a P-51 near the Gotha airfield on 27 September, 1944. A 5th, same day, a B-24 50 km SE of Kassel. A B-17 (HSS) at Rathenow on 6 October, 1944. Magnus, 10 victories. Alternate spelling: Theis.

Asisbiz database list of 5 aerial victories for Hannes Theiss

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
15-Aug-44 Hannes Theiss 6./JG300 B-17 Fortress   11.45 QO-8/9 (Raum Daun-Kyllberg)
22-Aug-44 Hannes Theiss 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator   13.05 LO
22-Aug-44 Hannes Theiss 6./JG300 B-24 e.V.   13.15 LQ-KR
27-Sep-44 Hannes Theiss 6./JG300 P-51 Mustang   11.04 nähe Fl.Pl. Gotha
27-Sep-44 Hannes Theiss 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator   11.05 MU (50km SE Kassel)



Walter Loos

Units:III./JG-3 (1/44), 11./JG-3 (3/44), 6./JG-300 (8/44), Stab./JG-301 (4/45 Neustadt-Glewe Ger.)

Awards:RK(4/20/45), DK-G(9/29/44), EP(8/8/44), EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp in Silver

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8/R8 'Yellow 14' w/ 6/JG-300, Ta 152H 'Green 4' w/ JG-301

Remarks:24 Bombers (22 four engine). Top Sturmgruppen pilot. 7 victories in the East. Plus 8 unconfirmed in only 66 combat missions! Shot down 9 times. One of the few 'New Growth' pilots to survive the war. Entered combat in January, 1944. His first aerial victory was on 6 March, 1944, a B-17(HSS), no location, the day Uncle Ralph Kracker was shot down. A double victory on 8 March, 1944; nos. 2 & 3, both B-17's (HSS) , no locations. His 5th, a B-24 (HSS) on 9 April, 1944, no location. His 10th, a B-24 (HSS) S of Sülze-Südheide on 8 May, 1944. A B-24 N of Quedinbürg on 7 July, 1944. A P-51 at Mürzzuschlag on 23 August, 1944. A B-17 at Brünn on 29 August, 1944. His 35th & 36th victories, both Yak-9's S of Berlin on 24 April, 1945. His 37th, a Yak-9 at Berlin on 25 April, 1945. His 38th, and last victory, a Yak-9 at Berlin on 30 April, 1945. Deceased 27 October, 2004.

Asisbiz database list of 22 aerial victories for Walter Loos

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
06-Mar-44 Walter Loos 11./JG3 B-17 Fortress Hss   12:55  
08-Mar-44 Walter Loos 11./JG3 B-17 Fortress Hss   13:31  
08-Mar-44 Walter Loos 11./JG3 B-17 Fortress Hss   13:28  
08-Apr-44 Walter Loos 11./JG3 B-24 Liberator Hss   14:15  
09-Apr-44 Walter Loos 11./JG3 B-24 Liberator Hss   12:10  
11-Apr-44 Walter Loos 11./JG3 B-17 Fortress Hss 5000m 11:10 GC-3 (SE Gardelegen)
11-Apr-44 Walter Loos 11./JG3 B-17 Fortress 5500m 11:15 GC Magdeburg
22-Apr-44 Walter Loos 11./JG3 B-24 Liberator 6300m 19:46 NQ-OQ (Westerwald SE Bonn)
29-Apr-44 Walter Loos 11./JG3 B-17 Fortress 7500m 11:20 HD-3 Burg
08-May-44 Walter Loos 11./JG3 B-24 Liberator Hss   10:07 FA-1 (S Sulze-Sudheide)
28-May-44 Walter Loos 4./JG3 B-17 Fortress 7500m 14:20 GE-HE (NE Magdeburg)
29-May-44 Walter Loos 4./JG3 B-24 Liberator   12:25  
29-May-44 Walter Loos 4./JG3 B-24 Liberator 6500m 12:25 BI-BK
30-May-44 Walter Loos 4./JG3 B-24 Liberator   11:15  
07-Jul-44 Walter Loos Stab II./JG300 B-24 Liberator 5600m 09:45 North of Quedlinburg Kr Sachsen
15-Aug-44 Walter Loos Stab II./JG300 B-17 Fortress 6500m 11:47 PP-PO-QO (Koblenz area)
23-Aug-44 Walter Loos Stab II./JG300 P-51 Mustang 7000m 12:15 FL-FM (Murzzuschlag)
29-Aug-44 Walter Loos Stab II./JG300 B-17 Fortress 7500m 10:46 15 Ost S/UQ-UR (Brunn)
24-Apr-45 Walter Loos Stab JG301 Yak-9   - Berlin
24-Apr-45 Walter Loos Stab JG301 Yak-9   - Berlin
25-Apr-45 Walter Loos Stab JG301 Yak-9   - Berlin
30-Apr-45 Walter Loos Stab JG301 Yak-9   - Berlin



Ewald Preiß

Units:6/JG-300

Awards:EP, EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8/R8 'Yellow 1' 'Gloria', Fw 190A-8 (lost 3/24/45 at Göttingen)

Remarks:KIA 24 March, 1945 in his AT at Göttingen. Two known victories, both B-24's, one in the Mor (Krs Fejer) area, the other S of Martonvasar, SW of Budapest, on 27 July, 1944. A 3rd, a B-24 50 km SE of Kassel on 27 September, 1944. A 4th & 5th, a B-17 at Querfurt, W of Merseburg, and a P-51 in the Artern area, W of Leipzig, on 7 October, 1944. A 6th, a B-24 at Prossnitz-Kremsier on 17 December, 1944. Alternate spelling: Preis.

Asisbiz database list of 6 aerial victories for Ewald Preiß

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
27-Jul-44 Ewald Preiss 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator   09.56 S. Martonvásár SW Budapest
27-Jul-44 Ewald Preiss 5./JG300 B-24 Liberator   09.56 Raum Mór (Krs. Fejer)
27-Sep-44 Ewald Preiss 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator   11.04 MU (50km SE Kassel)
07-Oct-44 Ewald Preiss 6./JG300 B-17 Fortress   12.09 LC-LD (Querfurt W. Merseburg)
07-Oct-44 Ewald Preiss 6./JG300 P-51 Mustang   12.15 LC (Raum Artern-W. Leipzig)
17-Dec-44 Ewald Preiss 6./JG300 B-24 Liberator   11.53 SP-TP (Prossnitz-Kremsier)

Walter Loos

Walter Loos was born on 11 April 1923 at Oppenheim in Rheinhessen. Following flying training he was sent to III./JG 3 in January 1944. He claimed his first aerial victory in the big aerial battle over Berlin on 6 March 1944 claiming a USAAF B-17 Herausschuss. Later he was transferred to IV. Sturmgruppe/JG 3. When Oberst Walter Dahl (129 victories, RK-EL) became Kommodore of JG 300 in July 1944, Loos joined with him to serve on the Geschwaderstab. On 29 September, Loos was awarded the Deutsches Kreuz in Gold. Loos was posted to undertake instructing duties with Ergänzungs-Jagdgruppe Ost in October 1944. He returned to combat duty with JG 301 where he was assigned to the Geschwaderstab. With this unit he flew the Focke-Wulf Ta 152 for the first time at Soltau-Hannover. He gained several successes over Russian fighters around Berlin flying the Ta-152 in the dying days of the war. On 20 April 1945, Walter Loos was awarded the Ritterkreuz for 36 victories.

Walter Loos flew 66 combat missions to achieve 38 confirmed victories and 8 unconfirmed. 30 enemy aircraft were claimed on the Western Front, 22 of them four-engined bombers. He himself was shot down nine times.

No Date Time Enemy A/C Type Unit Location
1. 6.3.1944 12:55 B-17 HSS 11./JG 3 N Gifhorn- Rathenow 7000 m
2. 8.3.1944 13:28 B-17 HSS 11./JG 3 Celle- Rathenow
3. 8.3.1944 13:31 B-17 HSS 11./JG 3 Celle- Rathenow
4. 8.4.1944 14:15 B-24 HSS 11./JG 3  
5. 9.4.1944 12:10 B-24 HSS 11./JG 3  
6. 11.4.1944 11:10 B-17 HSS 11./JG 3  
7. 11.4.1944 11:15 B-17 11./JG 3  
8. 22.4.1944 19:46 B-24 11./JG 3  
9. 29.4.1944 11:20 B-17 11./JG 3  
10. 8.5.1944 10:07 B-24 HSS 11./JG 3  
11. 28.5.1944 14:20 B-17 HSS 4./JG 3  
12. 29.5.1944 12:25 B-24 4./JG 3  
13. 30.5.1944 11:15 B-24 4./JG 3  
?. 29.8.1944 10:46 B-17 Stab JG 300 near Bylnice
35. 24.4.1945 - Yak-9 Stab JG 301 Berlin
36. 24.4.1945 - Yak-9 Stab JG 301 Berlin
37. 25.4.1945 - Yak-9 Stab JG 301 Berlin
38. 30.4.1945 - Yak-9 Stab JG 301 Berlin

Victories : 38 Awards : Knight`s Cross
Units : JG 3, JG 300, JG 301
Web Reference: http://www.luftwaffe.cz/loosw.html



Gustav Salffner

Units:LKS-1('40), LKS-5('42), Erg./JG-27 ('42), SG-2, Stfkpt 7./JG-300

Awards:EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Bf 109F, Fw 190A-8 'White 18' and 'White 6', Fw 190A-9 'White 2' 'Uschi', Fw 190D-9 (3/45)

Remarks:His first mission was over Warsaw in an Bf 109F in SG-2. Two known victories, Both B-24's 50 km SE of Kassel on 27 September, 1944. A 3rd, a B-17 at Rathenow on 6 October, 1944. Seven of his victories were unconfirmed. JG-300 website says his only award is the EK 2, despite having 7 victories!

Asisbiz database list of 3 aerial victories for Gustav Salffner

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
27-Sep-44 Gustav Salffner 7./JG300 B-24 Liberator 1200m 11.03 MU (50km SE Kassel)
27-Sep-44 Gustav Salffner 7./JG300 B-24 Liberator 50m 11.05 MU (50km SE Kassel)
06-Oct-44 Gustav Salffner 7./JG300 B-17 Fortress 7800m 12.05 Rathenow



Erich Staschewski

Units:7./JG-300

Awards:EK 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8 'White 14', Fw 190D-9 (lost)

Remarks:One known victory, a P-51 at Kassel-Bad Hersfeld on 24 December, 1944. Known to have crashed his D-9 in a forest near the Löbnitz airfield due to lack of fuel.

Asisbiz database list of 1 aerial victories for Erich Staschewski

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
24-Dec-44 Erich Staschewski 7./JG300 P-51 Mustang 6000m 14.58 NU-MU (Kassel-Bad Hersfeld)



Viktor 'Viki' Heimann

Units:1./ZG-101 (5/44), 5 & 2./JG-110 (9/44), 8./JG-300 (joins 10/44, 1/45 Finsterwalde Ger.)

Awards:EK 2, Wound Badge, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Bf 110, Fw 190A-8 'Black 4' w/ Blue & White Home Defense Band in JG-300, Fw 190A-8 WNr 960315 'Red 17' (lost 12/24/44)

Remarks:WIA 24 December, 1944, he lost his A-8 at Ziegenhain, near Lobnitz (JG-300 Loss List). One known victory, a P-51 SE of Kassel on 24 December, 1944, the same day he lost his A-8.

Asisbiz database list of 1 aerial victories for Victor Heimann

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
24 Dec 1944 Victor Heimann 8./JG300 P-51 Mustang 5000m 14.50 MU (SE Kassel)



Karl Spenst

Units:7/JG-3 (5/44), Stfkpt 8/JG-300 (1/45)

Awards:EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Bf 109G, Fw 190A-8 'Black 10'

Remarks:One known victory, his 1st, a B-17 5 km SSE of Kritwitz on 30 May, 1944. A 2nd, another B-17 on 14 January, 1945.

Asisbiz database list of 2 aerial victories for Karl Spenst

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
30-May-44 Karl Spenst 7./JG3 B-17 Fortress 7000m 11:12 5km ssE Kritwitz
14-Jan-45 Karl Spenst 8./JG300 B-17 Fortress      

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