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1 Fözö, Josef 'Joschko'Maj11/7/1912Vienna, Austria27Legion Condor (3.J/88), Stfkpt 2/JG-71 (redsg 4/JG-51 7/39), Kdr I/JG-51 (2/41 S.U.), Kdr JG-108Bf 109D "Red 6", Bf 109E-1 "6-129" L.C.(dam), Bf 109E-1 "White 1" in 4/JG-51, Bf 109E-4 Wk# 703 "Black <<" in II/JG-51, (Bf 109F-2 Wk# 12836 "Blk <<" (dam 7/11/41), Bf 109F-2 Wk# 8086 (dam 5/31/42), Bf 109F-2 Werk # 9462 (dam 6/23/41)

Spanish Cross-G w/Swords

EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp w/Pendant
One known victory, his 1st, a Fesselballon west of Breisach, 16 April, 1940. His 2nd, a Spitfire N of Dover on 8 July, 1940. His 3rd & 4th , both Hurricanes over England on 13 July, 1940. His 5th, a Spitfire NW of Dover on 31 July, 1940. His 6th, a Spitfire SE of Folkestone on 8 August, 1940. His 7th, a Hurricane E of Burnham-on-Crouch on 15 August, 1940. Nos.8, 9 & 10; two Hurricanes and a Spitfire E of Dover on 16 August, 1940. His 11th, a Hurricane E of Ramsgate on 18 August, 1940. His 12th, a Hurricane NW of Dover on 24 August, 1940. No.15, a Spitfire 3 km N of Mardyck on 9 April, 1941. Suffered serious skull injuries in a take-off accident in Wk# 12836 at Stava Bychow on 11 July, 1941. Soon after recovery, crashed 31 May, 1942, during landing at Tubelja in Wk# 8086. After these injuries, he served in staff and training schools. Commanded I/JG-108 in June, 1944. 370 missions in East and West and another 147 in Spain. Three victories in Spain and 9 in Russia. His first known Soviet victory, a R-Z on 29 June, 1941. A triple victory on 30 June, 1941; two DB-3s and a TB-6. Deceased 4 March, 1979 in Vienna. Photo
Fozo during Battle of Britain, Erich Hohagen in lifevest

2 Hohagen, ErichMaj1/9/1915Velbert, Rheinland56 4/JG-51(6/41), 2/JG-27(Stfkpt,Grp Kdr), 7/JG-2(1/43), Kdr I/JG-2(6/43 France), Kdr III/JG-7(11/44 Lechfeld), EJG-2, TO JV-44(4/45 Brandenburg) Bf 109F-2 Werk # 9211 "White 1 + -" in 4/JG-51 (WIA 9/7/41), Bf 109G-6 Wk#16391 (lost 6/1/43), Fw 190A-4 2418 "White 11 + I" in 7/JG-2 & Fw 190A-6 Werk # 550532 (30% dam 9/16/43; WIA enemy fire belly lands at Rennes airfield) in JG-2, Fw 190A-8 Werk # 171559 (lost 9/29/44; pilot WIA), Me 262A-1a #170071 "White 2" in EJG-2

Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(12/12/43)

EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge(6/1/43)
Fighter Operational Clasp w/Pendant
13 bombers. One, a B-24 on 15 February, 1943, "Railway Express" of the 44BG, flown by 1/Lt Rufus A. Oliphant Jr.. All the crew perished. Two others, both B-17s on 23 January, 1943. A P-47 NW of Paris on 13 May, 1944. A Typhoon on D-Day at Beaumont le Roger. A P-47 S of Pacy-sur-Eure on 12 June, 1944. A P-47 at Coutances on 22 June, 1944. A P-47 E of Paris on 27 August, 1944. Channel pilot. His 1st victory, a Spitfire N of Hythe, 5 July, 1940. 20 victories in Russia. His first Soviet victories being three SB-2s on 22 June, 1941. Over 500 combat missions. Flew combat missions for five years. Wounded seriously several times, once on 8 September, 1941 during Operation Barbarossa; again on 1 June, 1943, in Werk# 16391. On 1 June, 1943, he was mistaken by Wilhelm Steinmann, as a Spitfire, and shot down. For his punishment, Steinmann was sent to Romania. He bore the marks of his valor, said Johannes Steinhoff. "He had a piece of plastic in his skull, and a face whose two halves no longer quite matched". This, a result of a crash in 171559 after combat with "4 mots". So disgusted with the Luftwaffe High Command, he renounced his RK, but continued to oppose the Allied bombing raids up to the very end.
Erich Hohagen (in lifevest) during Battle of Britain, Josef Fözo far left

Hohagen on right

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