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1 Schweinhardt, KurtOfw5/StG-77 (Channel) Ju 87B-1 Werk # 5167 "S2 + JN" (or UN) (lost 8/18/40) Wound Badge
Dive Bomber Operational Clasp
POW 18 August, 1940 after being shot down with wounds at Ham Manor Golf Course, Angmering, Sussex, by P/O Whall of No. 602 Sq.. His unnamed R/O KIA. Ju 87 Loss List. Added: His R/O-Gnr, Ofw Willi Geiger (8/30/1914 Mannheim), buried CC, Block 4, Row F, Gr 18 (D.Drury).
Cannock Chase
2 Geiger, WilliOfw8/30/1914Mannheim5/StG-77Ju 87B-1 Werk # 5167 "S2 + UN" (lost)Dive Bomber Operational ClaspKIA 18 August, 1940 during aerial combat, crashing at Ham Manor Golf Course, Angmering, Susses. Buried Cannock Chase, Block 4, F, Gr 18. Source: M.Croft.
Cannock Chase
3 Geiger, FranzUffz9/JG-27 (France)Bf 109G-6 Werk # 413547 "Yellow 11 + I" (lost 8/19/44)Fighter Operational ClaspMIA 19 August, 1944 in the area of Meulan, 37 km NW of Paris. Mombeek.
4 Geiger, ErwinLt3/KG-30 (Med)Ju 88 A-4 Werk # 1739 "4D + BL" (lost 8/10/43)Bomber Operational ClaspMIA with unnamed crew at Augusta 10 August, 1943, cause unknown (Ju 88 Loss List). This may be the other Erwin Geiger, a POW who may have been part of an exchange.
5 Geiger, AugustHptm5/6/1920Überlingen Bodensee549/NJG-1 (6/42), Stfkpt 7/NJG-1 (9/43 Twente)Bf 110G-4 Werk # 5477 "G9 + ER" (lost 9/30/43)
RK(5/22/43)
EL(3/2/44 Post.)

Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(9/27/43)
EP(10/19/42)

EK 1 & 2
Night Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA the night of 29/30 September, 1943 when he was shot down by an RAF Night Fighter Ace, "Bob" Braham, over the Zuider Zee. He and R/O Fw Dieter Koch parachuted into the lake and drowned. The G-4 crashed at Ijsselmeer, 8 km NW of Harderwijk. All his victories were Night victories. On the night of 30 March, 1943, he shot down five AC. One known victory, a Whitley V of RAF No. 138 Sq. at Haarlerberg, 7 km WNW of Rijssen, a town 11 km SW of Almelo Holland, the night of 29-30 July, 1942. A Halifax II of RAF No. 158 at Oldebroek, 12 km NNW of Epe Holland the night of 5-6 August, 1942. A Wellington III of RAF No. 150 Sq. near Epse, 4 km SE of Deventer Holland, the night of 9-10 August, 1942, now a Hptm. A Wellington at Map Quadrant 737/8G3 on 11 September, 1942. Another, A Lancaster "AR-J" of RAAF No. 460 Sq. on 23/24 May, 1943. A Stirling III Wk# EH900, "WP-Y" of RAF No.90 Sq., piloted by F/O McKenzie at Legden on 25/26 June, 1943. Added: Also, the night of 25/26 June, 1943, he is credited with two Lancasters (T.Boiten/R.Snape). Burial at Ysselsteyn: Hptm Geiger M-4-83; Fw Koch CL-3-69 (SGLO).


Courtesy Christian König

6 Geisshardt, Friedrich Richard 'Fritz'Hptm1/22/1919Sonnefeld bei Coburg1021 & 2(J)/LG-2(9/39), I/JG-77(6/41), Stfkpt in I/KG-77(8/41) Stfkpt 3/JG-77 (5/42 S.U.), II/JG-27, Kdr III/JG-26(after Priller, 1/1943)Do 17Z & Ju 88A in KG-77, Bf 109E "Red 13" (10/39), Bf 109E Werk # 958 "White 10 (5/40 in LG-2), Bf 109E-1 Wk# 3579 "White 14; slight dam 7/12/41), Bf 109F-4 Wk# 7236 "<1" (4/19/42 his 50th victory), Bf 109F-4 Wk# 7570 "Yellow 5" (35% dam 5/12/42; force land, combat engine dam, pilot OK), Bf 109F-4 Werk # 8450 "Yellow 5" (Sicily), Bf 109G-2 Werk # 10517 "Yellow 5" (8/42), Fw 190A-4 Wk# 2443 (lost 4/5/43) in III/JG-26
RK(8/30/41)
EL(6/23/42)

Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(4/28/42)
EP(7/13/41)

EK 1 & 2
Wnd Bdg
Bmbr & Ftr Oper.Clasp w/Pend
DOW 6 April, 1943 from wounds received from 306BG B-17 gunners on April 5th. He died from blood loss due to an abdominal wound, despite a smooth landing in his A-4 Wk# 2443 per Qu.Meister File, at Gontrode, near Ghent, Belgium. 742 missions. His first victory was a Polish P-24 near Lubica, 9 September, 1939. His 2nd, a Hurricane at Dungeness and a "damaged" Spitfire at St Margarets Bay, 4 July, 1940. His 3rd, a Blenheim over England on 13 August, 1940. His 4th, a Spitfire at Dover on 24 August, 1940. His 5th, a Spitfire at Maidstone on 7 September, 1940. His 10th, a Spitfire W of Dover on 14 February, 1941. Nearly all his victories (75) were in the East, many were multiple victories! His first known Soviet victories, an I-18 and a SB-2 on 23 June, 1941. A DB-5 on 3 September, 1941. An I-16 Rata on 23 January, 1942. An R-5 of 622 LBAP on 3 or 4 February, 1942. A Quad on 7 May, 1942; two LaGG-3s, an R-5 and an I-153. His 75th victory, a Soviet R-10 on 18 May, 1942. 9 victories in the Desert. Bowers/Lednicer, 102 victories.


Courtesy Christian König

Courtesy Oleg Marin

7 Abel, Friedrich Wilhelm August 'Fritz'Hptm.11/28/1919Wintenberg, WestfallenErg/JGr-2(7/40), 9/KG-3 (1/41), redesig 4/KG-3(11/43), Stfkpt 5/KG(J)-51 (2/45, 3/45 Essen-Mühlheim)Do 17 "5K + MT" in KG-3, Ju 88 in KG-3, Me 262A-2a Werk # 110553 "9K + EN" (lost 3/2/45)
Deutsches Kreuz - Gold (9/9/42)
EP (9/14/41)

EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Bomber Operational Clasp w/Pendant (8/25/41)
WIA by flak over England 18 January, 1941 along with his Observer, Uffz Karl Zunk in his Do 17. Wounded a second time by Russian flak on 16 November, 1941 along with his Observer, Fw August Benkle in "5K + MT". MIA 2 March, 1945; shot down in his Me 262 at Venlo Holland (Hagerhofweg). (LuftArchiv.de & Co DeSwart). His Luftwaffe career began as an FhjGefr in 1939 at LKS Fürstenfeldbrück. His EK 2 was awarded 9/3/1940 and the EK 1 awarded 11/15/1940. Source: Peter Kassak. Added: Probably buried as an unknown at Ysselsteyn (SGLO).
8 Abendroth, WernerGefr21/SG-4 (8/44 S.U.)Fw 190F-8 Werk # 583610 (90% dam) EK 2
Wound Badge
Assault Operational Clasp
WIC 12 February, 1945; injured in a crash near Würschitz due to engine failure. His first known victory, a Soviet LaGG-3 on 13 August, 1944. A 2nd, an La-5 SW of Jakava on 15 September, 1944.
9 Achenbach, KarlUffz5/JG-6Fw 190A-8 Werk # 171526 "White 16" (dam 8/25/44)Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp
WIA 25 August, 1944 at La Fere, no further detail (JG-6 List).
10 Acher, AugustFw1/Kü.Fl.Gr-906He 115 B/C Werk # 2729 "8L + IH" (lost)Reconnaissance Operational Clasp in Gold (8/19/42)MIA 22 October, 1942; missing at Latscha Lake during a flight to support agents behind enemy line. AC was borrowed by 2/Vers.Verb.Ob.d.L.. Remaining crew (all MIA): Oblt Kurt Helf, Observer; Uffz Ernst Leuenhagen, R/O and Uffz Stefan Kuballa, Gunner. Source: SIG Norway.
11 Achilles, HeinzUffz9/StG-77 (S.U.)Ju 87D-3 Werk # 100401 "S2 + ET" (lost 8/7/43)Dive Bomber Operational ClaspMIA with unnamed crew 7 August, 1943 in Map Quad Pl.Qu. 6139 due to flak. Ju 87 Loss List
12 Achleitner, FranzLt1918Austria59/JG-3 (7/40 Guines) Bf 109E-4 "Yellow 8 + I" (lost 8/24/40)
EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
POW 24 August, 1940 after aerial combat off Herne Bay. Released from captivity 29 July, 1946 (H. Breuer). One known victory, his 1st, a Hurricane at Arras, 19 May, 1940. His 2nd, a Spitfire at Dunkirk, 29 May, 1940. His 3rd & 4th, two Blenheims 20 km W of Arras on 10 July, 1940. His 5th, a Spitfire over the English Channel on 20 August, 1940 (Magnus). Added: The two Blenheims were Mk IV's of No.107 Sq.. Lt Achleitner is believed sd over the sea, off Folkestone, by P/O Peter Brothers, in a Hurricane of No.33 Sq.; he bailed over the sea, and was rescued by lifeboat. Deceased in Salzburg Austria in 1991 (H.Wheeler).
13 Achter, ArnoFwErg/SKG-10 (3/43 Cognac), II/SKG-10 (7/43 Sicily)Fw 190A-5 Werk # 180935 (lost 8/1/43)Wound Badge
Assault Operational Clasp
MIA 1 August, 1943 during a ground attack in the Nicosia area, most likely AA fire. WIC 8 March, 1943 in a non-operational crash at the Cognac airfield, no cause reported (Collin Fuller).
14 Ackmann, ErichUffz3/JG-1Bf 109E-4 (25% dam 8/16/40), Bf 109E-1 (lost 8/26/40)Fighter Operational ClaspMIA 26 August, 1940 during aerial combat SW of the Isle of Wight. He damaged his E-4 apparently striking the ground during a low level attack east of the Isle of Wight.
15 Adam,Uffz15/JG-3Bf 109F EK 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
One known victory, a Soviet Il-2 on 19 August, 1942.
16 Adam, BernardFw22/JG-26Bf 109E-7 (lost) EK 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 17 June, 1941 in aerial combat with a Hurricane over the Channel off Boulogne. His first victory, a Hurricane W of Dover on 24 August, 1940. His 2nd victory, a Spitfire 30 km N of Rye on 6 September, 1940. Promoted to Lt. Post..
17 Adam, HansLt3/12/192110 6/JG-51 (5/42 S.U.), 4/JG-51 (11/42 Tunisia), 5/JG-51 (1/43), Instr Erg/JGr-Ost (2/43), 2/JG-51 (9/43), Instr 3/JGr-Ost (4/44), Stffüh 3(Erg)/ JGr-Nord, (10/44), Stfkpt 3(Erg)/JG-1 (11/44) Bf 109F & G-2 (Trop) Werk # 13975 (10% dam 11/28/42 in JG-51, Bf 109G-14 Werk # 166341 "Yellow 36" (or 921628 109 Loss List) (lost 3/12/45) EP


EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 12 March, 1945 during aerial combat with P-51s at Styding, west of Hadersleben. He was seen to bail, but he was too low for his chute to deploy. He was buried in the Friedenshügel Cemetery in Flensburg (Source: Air War over Denmark). WIA 28 November, 1942 during aerial combat at Bizerta. One known victory, A Soviet MiG-1 on 10 July, 1942. A Yak-1 on 6 August, 1942. A MiG-3 on 7 August, 1942. A MiG-1 on 12 August, 1942. Two Il-2s on 21 August, 1942. A Yak-9 at Gorki on 5 October, 1943. His first known western victory, a Spitfire 10 km southeast of Beja N. Africa on 27 November, 1942. Another, a Boston south southwest of Dejbel-el-Magrun on 1 January, 1943. Magnus. A 10th, a B-24 at Blechhammer on 7 August, 1944, while in 3/JGr-Ost (OKL Claims List).
18 Adam, Heinz Günther (Hans?)Lt8/2/1920Herzogswaldau52/JG-26 (7/41), 1/JG-26 (12/42)Bf 109F in 41, Fw 190A "Black 9" (4/42), Fw 190A-4 Werk # 730 "White 5" (lost 12/20/42)
EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIFA 20 December, 1942, when he stalled his Wk# 730 trying to land at Drucat. One known victory, his 1st, a Spitfire south of Cassel on 17 July, 1941. His 2nd, a Spitfire into the Channel northwest of Dunkirk on 17 September, 1941. His 3rd, a Spitfire 3 km northwest of Etaples on 21 September, 1941. His 5th, a Spitfire 5 km northeast of Dieppe on 19 August, 1942. Magnus. Bowers/Lednicer, 7 victories.


Courtesy Christian König

19 Adam, HerbertLt4/24/19242/KG-30 (S.U.) Ju 88A-4 Werk # 1253 "5K + EK" (lost 8/19/43) Bomber Operational Clasp KIA with two other unnamed crew 19 August, 1943, probably due to flak, in Map Quadrant Pl.Qu. 7079, one other crew returned OK (Ju 88 Loss List).
20 Adam, HermannUffz5/16/192215/JG-54 (8/44 S.U.)Fw 190A-6 Werk # 5765 "Black 7" (lost) EK 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
MIA 17 September, 1944 15 km south of Wenden Pl.. His first known victory, a Soviet Yak-9 on 28 August, 1944.
21 Adam, PaulFw2/Kü.Fl.Gr-606Ju 52n Werk # 5945 "DC + SF" (lost)Transport Operational ClaspKIC 4 March, 1941 during a courier flight between Gardermoen and Berlin, cause unknown. Remaining crew (all MIA): Uffz Alfred Gans, R/O; Uffz August Ahrens, Mechanic and Uffz Hans Müller, Gunner. Source: SIG Norway.
22 Adelhütte, HansOblt12/10/192015 KG-41, 6/KG-3 (8/42 S.U.), III/KG-3 (10/43-5/44), I/NJG-7 (6/44), 6/NJG-3 (8/44) Ju 88A-4 Werk # 360236 "5K + LP" (lost 8/1/42) in 6/KG-3, Ju 88G-1 Werk # 714246 in NJG-3 (lost)
Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(1/1/45 Post)
EP


EK 1 & 2
Night Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 13 August, 1944 during aerial combat with a Mosquito, crashing at Winningen/Everswinkel. He was buried in Essen. Remaining crew: Uffz Johannes Gabriel, R/O (Surv); Ogefr Georg Hoschek, Mechanic (KIA). Magnus. His Wk# 360236 was reported lost 1 August, 1942, cause and location not reported, crew returned (Ju 88 Loss List). Added: Oblt Adelhütte was a school friend of Night Fighter Peter Spoden (C.König).
23 Ademeit, HorstMaj2/8/1912Breslau1661/JG-54 (6/41 S.U.), 5/JG-54, 6/JG-54 (6/43), Kdr I/JG-54Bf 109E-1 Werk # 6220 (lost 9/18/40), Bf 109F in S.U., FW 190 Werk # 1185 with 5/JG-54, Fw 190A-6 Werk # 550528, Bf 109A-5 Werk # 155960 "Black <<" (lost 8/7/44)
RK(4/16/43)
EL(3/2/44)

Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(2/25/42)
EP(12/8/41)

EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp w/Pend
MIA 7 August, 1944. Brought down by Infantry fire behind Russian lines near Dünaburg S.U. in Fw 190A-5, Werk# (15) 5960. Never heard from again. Brought down over English Channel in 1940 and rescued by Seenot. His 1st known Soviet victory, one of many, a SB-2 on 23 June, 1941, a Fw at the time. Another Soviet, an I-16 on 27 August, 1941. A Yak-1 at Leningrad on 5 May, 1942. A MiG-3 on 9 September, 1942. An I-153 on 22 October, 1942. A P-40 N of Leningrad on 6 November, 1942. An Il-2 and a Yak-1 on 12 January, 1943. An Il-2 and a LaGG-3 on 27 January, 1943. Two Il-2s on 11 February, 1943. An Il-2 on 19 March, 1943. A LaGG-3 on 5 June, 1943. A LaGG-3 and an La-5 on 18 June, 1943. An La-5 on 12 July, 1943. Two La-5s, a Yak-7 and an Il-2 on 13 July, 1943. Two Yak-7s and an La-5 on 2 August, 1943. Four La-5s and two Pe-2s on 12 October, 1943. An Il-2, an La-5 and a P-39 on 21 July, 1944. Approximately 600 combat missions.


Courtesy Christian König

24 Adler, RichardUffz2 6/JG-54 (7/44 Russia), 16/JG-54 (9/44 Plantlünne) Fw 190A-8 Werk # 172737 "Blue 9" (lost 9/25/44) EK 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
MIA 25 September, 1944; sd aerial combat in his A-8 over Arnheim Holland (Schuytgraaf). His first known victory, a Soviet Il-2 on 1 July, 1944. A 2nd, another Il-2 on 6 August, 1944. Added: Reported taken prisoner (SGLO).
25 Adolph, WalterHptm6/11/1913Fontanelle, Romania24 Legion Condor, Stfkpt 2/JG-1 (10/39), Stfkpt 8/JG-27, Kdr II/JG-26 (9/41) Bf 109E "Black 2" (5/40), Bf 109E-4 "Black << + -" (11/41), Bf 109E-7, Bf 109F, Fw 190A-2, Fw 190A-1 Werk # (0110) 028 "<< +" (lost 9/18/41)
RK(11/13/40)

Spanish Cross
EP(10/26/40)

EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 18 September, 1941 after aerial combat with a Spitfire of RAF No. 41 Sq., piloted by P/O Cyril Frederick Babbage, when he crashed his new Fw 190A-1 "0110 028" into the Channel near Ostende, off Blankenberge. While escorting shipping, he was the squadrons first Fw 190 combat casualty. Three weeks later, his body washed up on a Belgian beach at Knokke. Added: He is buried in the German War Cem. at Lommel, Belgium, Blk 38, Gr 459 (D.Drury). Plus one victory was in Spain. One known victory, his 1st, a Blenheim Mk IV of No.139 Sq. near Bad Driburg, 1 October, 1939. On 12 May, 1940, while still in 2/JG-1, he downed three Blenheims Mk IV's of No.139 Sq. (2) and No.107 Sq. (1), in the Maastricht & Lüttich areas. His 4th & 5th victories, both LeO-451s at Montdidier, 6 June, 1940. His 7th, a Hurricane over the Isle of Wight on 19 July, 1940. His 8th, a Blenheim IV of No.236 Sq. in the Cherbourg area on 1 August, 1940. His 9th, a Spitfire S of Stanford on 7 September, 1940. Nos.10 & 11, both Spitfires at Maidstone on 11 October, 1940. His 15th, a Spitfire at Tonbridge on 8 November, 1940. His 20th, a Spitfire at Gravelines on 8 July, 1941. Added: A Blenheim Mk IV of No.21 Sq., near Ostende, 23 July, 1941 (H.Wheeler). 79 missions. According to JG-26 author, Donald Caldwell, his victories may have been as high as 28. Alternate spelling: Adolf.
(Added by Pietrzak Youngs)

Courtesy Christian König

26 Aebert, HermannObltStaffel Führer 1/JG-2Fw 190A-8 Werk # 171663Fighter Operational ClaspMIA 14 August, 1944; Combat with a P-38 and a P-47, area of Voise-Santeuil, 20 km southeast of Chartres. Mombeek MIA List.
27 Agel, AugustUffz2/JG-53 (Italy), 3/JG-53 (1/45 Reich Def)Bf 109G-6 Werk # 162181 "Yellow 3" (lost 1/31/44), Bf 109G-14 Werk # 510977 "Yellow 15" (lost 1/11/45)Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp
MIA 11 January, 1945 at Map Quadrant Pl.Qu. HR-8, cause unknown. Injured in a takeoff crash from Maniago on 31 January, 1944.
28 Ahlbrandt, GustavUffz148/JG-52 (7/43 S.U.)Bf 109G-6 Werk # 20547 "Black 8" (lost 8/22/43)EP


EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
MIA 22 August, 1943 at Kuteinikowo, cause unknown. His first known victory, a Soviet Il-2 (m.H.) on 12 July, 1943. A Yak-1 on 15 July, 1943. A 3rd, an Il-2 (m.H.) on 18 July, 1943. A 4th, a LaGG on 1 August, 1943. A 5th, a LaGG on 4 August, 1943. Nos. 6, 7 & 8, three LaGGs on 8 August, 1943. A 9th, a LaGG on 9 August, 1943. A 10th, a LaGG on 17 August, 1943. Nos 11, 12 & 13, Two Il-2s and a LaGG on 19 August, 1943. Alternate spelling: Ahlbrand, Gustaf.
29 Ahlert, Hans JoachimLt5II/JG-77 (8/43 Italy), 6/JG-77 (1/44), 1/JG-27 (4/44)Bf 109G-6 Werk # 18248 (lost 8/7/43)
EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIFA 4 May, 1944. His Wk# 18248 was shot down by Italian flak on 7 August, 1943, location not reported, pilot OK. One known victory, a Spitfire on 27 January, 1944. A 2nd, a B-25 on 19 February, 1944. His 2nd per OKL, a B-24 at Wiener Neustadt on 12 April, 1944. One or two of the above may have been unconfirmed. A 3rd, a Final Destruction, a B-24 near Wiener Neustadt on 12 April, 1944. His 3rd per OKL, a B-17 (HSS) 5 km W of Munich on 24 April, 1944.
30 Ahnert, Heinrich Heinz WilhelmOfw4/29/1915 Ziegelheim bei Altenburg, Thüringen 573/JG-52 (6/41 S.U.) Bf 109G-2 Wk# 13508 "Yellow 9" (lost 8/23/42) RK(8/23/42 Post.)

Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(7/27/42)
EP(2/23/42)

EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 23 August, 1942 after being hit by a Pe 2 rear gunner near Koptewo S.U.. One known victory, his 1st, a Hurricane at Ostende on 15 February, 1941. His 2nd, a Blenheim into the sea off Den Helder, N of Den Helder, on 9 June, 1941. His 3rd, a Blenheim Mk IV of No.82 Sq., N of Juist on 26 August, 1941. Nos.4 & 5, both Spitfires at Den Helder on 12 September, 1941. Most victories in the East. His first known Soviet victory, an I-61 on 24 May, 1942. An SB-2 on 25 May, 1942. Two Pe-2s on 27 May, 1942; both in the Izyum area. A Hurricane on 29 June, 1942. A LaGG-3 on 2 August, 1942. Another LaGG-3 on 4 August, 1942. Two LaGG-3s on 8 August, 1942. A Soviet Hurricane on 10 August, 1942. A LaGG-3 on 19 August, 1942. An Il-2 on 23 August, 1942. Bowers/Lednicer, 57 victories.
31 Ahrens, PeterLt8/11/1919Hamburg-Blankensee11I/JG-26 (7/42), 3/JG-26 (7/43), 7/JG-26, 3/JG-26 (1/45)Fw 190A-6 Werk # 550176 "Yellow 8" (lost 11/11/43), Fw 190D-9 Werk # 210939 "Yellow 7" (dam 1/18/45), Fw 190D-9 Werk # 211011 "Yellow 11" (lost 3/4/45)EP


EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIFA 4 March, 1945 northwest of Furstenau due to an engine fire. Injured in a flying accident at Meppen on 18 January, 1945. WIA 11 November, 1943 during aerial combat 5 km SW of St Pol. One known western victory, his 5th, a Spitfire at Westkapelle on 25 July, 1943. His 6th, a B-17 (HSS) at Leerdam-Vucht on 28 July, 1943. Two B-17s near Ostmalle on 17 August, 1943, a Fw. at the time. His 9th, a B-17 "KN-4" 5 km SW of Goch on 5 November, 1943. His 10th, a P-51 of 364FG flown by Lt. Jack Gaston at Osnabrück on 26 November, 1944. Magnus.
32 Ahrens, RudolfLt9/7/19192/KG-1 He 111H-3 Werk # unk "V4 + GK" (lost 8/18/40) Bomber Operational Clasp POW 18 August, 1940 after his ac was damagedby fighters of Nos. 32 & 65 Sqs., and made a wheels up landing at Snargate, near Dymchurch, Kent. The crew destroyed the ac using an incendiary device. Remaining crew (POW): Ofw Ernst Katzmarski, Obs; Uffz Georg Schneider, R/O; Flg Kurt Natzke, Gnr and Uffz Helmut Gericke, Flt Engr (WIA & DOW 8/18/40). Gericke buried in the Hawkinge Cem., Plot O, Row 1, Gr 20 (D.Drury). Added: The pilot of No.65 Sq, was P/O Ernest Glaser (S.Youngs).
33 Aigner, StefanLt3/1/1919St Georgen am Steinfeld, Niederösterreich1/KGr-806 (Finland) Ju 88A-4 Werk # 2505 "M7 + FH" (lost 8/29/41) Bomber Operational Clasp MIA over Luga Bight with unnamed crew 29 August, 1941; cause unknown; Pilot and two returned, one KIA. Added: "Drowned in an accident 29 April, 1942 in the vicinity of Catania, buried Motta St Anastasia" (LOCS).
34 Aistleitner, JohannHptm3/8/1921Salzburg, Austria131/JG-26 (6/41), Stab III/JG-26 (8/42), Stfkpt in III/JG-26 (9/42), Stfkpt 5/JG-26 (1/44)Bf 109E in 1 Staffel, Fw 190A-3 Werk # 5290 (20% dam 10/20/42), Fw 190A-4 Werk # 681 (25% dam 9/30/42), Fw 190A-6 Werk # 530734 "White 9" (lost 1/14/44)EP


EK 1 & 2
Wound BadgeFighter Operational Clasp
KIA 14 January, 1944 in "White 9" during aerial combat with a P-47 of 4FG near Montdidier, France. Injured during a landing at Wevelghem after a non-combat flight on 30 September, 1942. Uninjured by enemy fire on 20 October, 1942 in his A-3. His 1st victory, a Hurricane northwest of Boulogne on 17 June, 1941. His 2nd, a Spitfire 10 km northwest of Cape Gris Nez on 8 July, 1941. His 3rd, a Spitfire 10 km north of Gravelines/Calais on 23 July, 1941. His 4th, a Spitfire between Calais and Cape Blanc Nez on 21 August, 1941. His 5th, a Spitfire 20 km northeast of Margate on 28 February, 1942. His 10th, a Spitfire into the sea off Cape Gris Nez on 27 August, 1942. Two B-17s over the Zuider Zee on 11 January, 1944. Magnus Report. Bowers/Lednicer, 12 victories.


June 1942: L-R: Borris - Phillip - Gruenliger - Priller - Aistleitner - Mietusch - Ruppert
35 Ala-Panula, V.Finland1Fighter unit, Russia 1941-1944Bf 109GFighter Operational ClaspHis one known victory, a Soviet Il-2 over Vellivaara on 9 August, 1944. Source: Wings Palette-Pilots
36 Alander, RolfObltStfkpt Stab/KG-26 (Aalborg West)He 111H-5 Werk # 3655 "1H + AA" (lost)Bomber Operational ClaspMIA 11 March, 1941 during an operation, crashing at sea off the east coast of Scotland. Remaining crew: Uffz Peter Wähner, Observer (KIA); Fw Werner Meyer, R/O (MIA) and Fw August Dether, Mech (MIA). Source: SIG Norway. Per Stankey & DeZeng, one unnamed crew KIA the other three POW. Added: The VDK database shows the location of Uffz Wähner as "missing at sea", and is remembered on the Laboe Naval Memorial. The three survivors were rescued by a trawler (D.Drury).
37 Albers, HansUffz11/22/1922Ochtrup3/JGr-Süd, 4/JG-53 (4/44/Reich Def)Bf 109G-6 Werk # 410312 (lost 4/8/44)Fighter Operational ClaspKIA 8 April, 1944 while intercepting US bombers, when he was shot down by US fighters and crashed into a woods at Gluesingen Germany. Joined the Luftwaffe in August, 1941.




Courtesy Christian König

38 Albers, Walter Wilhelm "Fritz"Lt1/17/1923HohensteinII/StG-2 Ju 87D-5 Werk # 649 "T6 + CN" (lost 8/22/43)
Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(10/17/43 Post.)

EK 1 & 2
EP (9/13/43 Post.), Dive Bomber Operational Clasp
KIFA 22 August, 1943; a collision, no further detail. DK-G Awards List. Added: Collision reported 5km SW of Dolgenkaya (LOCS).
39 Albert, ErnstLtI/ZG-1 (Reich Def) Bf 110G-2 Werk # 6108 "S9 + LK" (lost 8/24/43) Wound Badge, Destroyer Operational Clasp He and R/O, Uffz Gerhard Büttner, were killed in a crash landing 24 August, 1943. They crashed and burned west of Bordenau due to an engine fire. Bf 110 Loss List. Added: Lt Albert died of his injuries on 27 August, 1943 in a hospital (LOCS).
40 Albert, GerhardUffz5/KG-77 (Med)Ju 88A-4 Werk # 140072 "3Z + HN" (lost 8/15/42)Bomber Operational ClaspKIC with two other unnamed crew 15 August, 1942 after becoming lost on maritime patrol and attempting to land at an Augusta (Italy) seaplane base, mistaken for Catania, one other WIA (Ju 88 Loss List).
41 Albrecht-Lemke, Egon Friedrich KurtHptm5/19/1918Curitiba, Brazil256 & 1/ZG-1 (2/42 S.U.), 4/ZG-1 (12/42 S.U.), 9/ZG-76, II/SKG-210, Kdr II/ZG-1 (10/43), Kdr IV/JG-53 (7/44), Kdr III/JG-76 (8/44)Bf 110 Werk # 3666 80% dam 12/19/42; belly landing Krasnodar S.U., non cmbt flight, both crew injured) in ZG-1, Bf 109G-14 Wk# 460593 "Black 21 + I" (lost 8/25/44)
RK(5/22/43)

Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(12/3/42)
EP(9/21/42)

EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge in Sil
Destroyer & Fighter Oper. Clasps
KIA 25 August, 1944 in aerial combat over Beauvais, east of St Claude/Creil, with a P-38 of the 474th FG, while returning from a mission. He bailed but from too low an altitude. His body was robbed of all his possessions by the French Maquis. He had several 4 engine victories. One known victory, his first known Soviet, an R-5 1 km SW of Wjerchowje on 8 February, 1942. Two Yak-1s on 4 July, 1942. A Yak-1 and an I-153 on 25 July, 1942. An I-16 Rata on 1 August, 1942. An I-153 on 23 August, 1942. A DB-3 on 24 August, 1942. An I-15 on 23 September, 1942. An I-153 on 31 October, 1942. An I-16 Rata on 5 November, 1942. A western victory, a B-24 S of Pilsen (Bohemia) on 22 February, 1944. Another, a B-24 40 km NNW of Brück on 25 February, 1944. A B-24 E of Wiener Neustadt on 12 April, 1944. A B-24 NW of Pressburg and a 2nd B-24 at Stockerau, on 26 June, 1944.

Courtesy Christian König


Courtesy Christian König

42 Albrecht, EmilOfw48/JG-51 (S.U.)Bf 109F-2 Werk # 12881 "Black 1 + I" (lost 12/16/42)
EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
MIA 16 December, 1942 cause and location unknown. One known victory, a Soviet IL-2 on 22 August, 1942. Nos. 2 & 3, both Il-2s in the Olenino area on 29 October, 1942. A 4th, a MiG-3 15 km S of Subzoff on 10 December, 1942.
43 Albrecht, FritzFw1(F)/121 (Greece) Ju 88A-5 Werk # 684 (lost 8/26/41) Observer Operational Clasp KIC 26 August, 1941 when his ac struck an obstacle at or near Athens-Tatoi airfield. Remaining crew: Fw Julius Ernst Gerhardt, Obs (DOW 8/27/41); Uffz Kurt Knuschke, R/O (WIC) and Uffz Heinz Büttner, Gnr (KIC). Two of the deceased are buried in the Ger War Cem. at Dionyssos-Rapendoza, Crypt 3, Row 8 as follows: Fw Gerhardt, Platte 11; Uffz Büttner, Platte 8 (D.Drury).
44 Albrecht, KarlHptm5/18/191313/ZG-26 ('40), 3/JG-2 (8/42)Fw 190A EK 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
One known victory, a Spitfire on 19 August, 1942.
45 Alf, RudolfOfw12 2/JG-2 (7/41), I/JG-2 (4/43), Stab/JG-2 (7/43), JG-7 Bf 109E & F in 41, Fw 190A-3 Werk # 2467 (25% dam 4/4/43), Fw 190A-6 Werk # 550146 45% dam 7/10/43), Me 262 EP


EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIFA 26 November, 1944. Injured in a belly landing near St Christof on 10 July, 1943 due to engine failure. Added: Injured in a crash landing at Theville FP after being damaged by enemy fire (Qu.Meister File). One known victory, his 1st, a Wellington on 24 July, 1941, no location. His 2nd, a Hudson at Brest on 25 July, 1941. His 3rd, a Spitfire at Brest on 16 August, 1941. His 4th, a Spitfire on 2 December, 1941, no location. On 25 August, 1943, he downed two P-51s. Magnus. Alternate spelling: Alfe.
46 Allwang, Otto G.M.Oblt9/19/19118/KG-4 (6/41) He 111H-5 Werk # 3836 "5J + JS" (lost 6/26/41) Bomber Operational Clasp His He 111 crashed into the North Sea off the Dutch coast on 26 June, 1941, cause and pilot/crew disposition unknown. (DeSwart). Added: Remaining crew (MIA, no known graves): Ofw M.Frank, Obs; Ofw B.Munstermann, R/O and Gefr J.Gunther, Flt Engr.. Allwang buried in Ysselsteyn, Blk CL, Row 4, Gr 81, washed up near Petten 12 August, 1941 (D.Drury).

47 Aloe, HerbertHptm7/13/191434 12/JG-54 (10/42 S.U.), Stfkpt 4/JG-54 (6/44) Bf 109G in 42, Fw 190A-6 Werk # (501)214 "White 12" (lost 6/21/44)
Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(3/20/44)
EP 1943

EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
MIA 21 June 1944 in Werk # 1214 over Viipuri Finland. His first known victory, a Soviet LaGG-3 on 26 October, 1942, a Lt at the time. An Il-2 on 4 December, 1942. A MiG-3 on 6 December, 1942. A LaGG-3 on 25 January, 1943. A Pe-2 on 11 February, 1943. An Il-2 on 19 February, 1943. A LaGG-3, an I-180, and two Il-2s on 13 July, 1943. A Yak-1 on 16 July, 1943. An Il-2 on 17 July, 1943. An La-5 on 12 August, 1943. An Il-2 on 13 August, 1943. A Yak-9 on 16 August, 1943. An Il-2 and a LaGG-3 on 24 August, 1943. An Il-2 and a Yak-9 on 26 August, 1943. A P-40 on 7 September, 1943. An La-5 NW of Valki on 3 November, 1943. An La-5 S of Kiev on 6 November, 1943. An Il-2 on 22 November, 1943. Two Il-2s on 28 November, 1943; one W of Rakovitchi, the other N of Vorovka. An Il-2 on 7 January, 1944. An La-5 on 15 January, 1944. A Yak-9 on 7 April, 1944. An La-5 on 2 June, 1944. Two Il-2s on 17 June, 1944. A P-39 on 19 June, 1944. His last victory, an Il-2 on 21 June, 1944, the day he was KIA.
48 Alt, ErichUffz31/JG-51Bf 109F & G
EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
His first known victory, a Soviet Il-2 on 17 December, 1942. A 2nd, an Il-2 (m.H.) on 28 July, 1943. A 3rd, a Pe-2 on 5 August, 1943.
49 Altendorf, ErichUffz3 10/JG-54 (2/44 S.U.), 13/JG-54 (9/44 Plantlünne) Fw 190A-8 Wk# 732095 (lost 9/26/44), Fw 190A-8 Wk# 175042 "White ?" (lost 11/44)
EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 27 November, 1944 in Wk# 175042 over Darlinghausen. His Wk# 732095 crashed SE of Arnhem Holland on 26 September, 1944, cause ground fire, and pilot MIA (DeSwart). His first known victory, a Soviet La-5 on 26 February, 1944. Nos. 2 & 3, both Yak-9s on 23 August, 1944.
50 Altendorf, RudolfHptm7/16/191924 15(Z)/LG-1, 3/NJG-3(6/41), 2/NJG-3(8/42), Stfkpt 2/NJG-4(4/43), 12/NJG-5(10/43), Kdr IV/NJG-5(1/44) Bf 109E, Bf 110C, Ju 88G-6 "2Z + AC" (10/44)
Deutsches Kreuz - Gold
EP


EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Destroyer & Night Fighter Operational Clasp
One known victory, a Hurricane at Salisbury on 13 August, 1940. A Hurricane at Portland on 15 August, 1940, these first two in LG-1. A Wellington at Cloppenburg on 12 May, 1941. Another, a Whitley on 18-19 June, 1941, no location. A Hampden the night of 29-30 June, 1941. Another, a Wellington at Erika on 28 August, 1942. Another, a Halifax II of RAF No. 405 Sq. at Waterloo, 15 km SSE of Brussels, the night of 15-16 October, 1942. Two others, a Stirling and a Halifax on 15 April, 1943. A Lancaster of RAF No.61 Sq., "W4317" "QR-R" 500 m southwest of Givry on 17 April, 1943. A Wellington and a Halifax on 30 May, 1943. Another Halifax 10 km S of Maubeuge on 14 July, 1943. A Halifax N of Berlin on 24 August, 1943. Another Halifax at Nürnburg on 28 August, 1943. A Halifax 27 km E of Herford on 22 October, 1943. An Il-4 the night of 26-27 August, 1944. Two Lancasters; one at Wegeberg, the other in the Königsberg area, on 30 August, 1944. Shot down with injuries three times; 8/17/43 N of Gent, 1/3/44 by Buchholz and 1/20/44 by Strigleben/Terneberg. Alternate spelling: Altendorff.
51 Altenpohl,Uffz15/SG-10 (8/44 S.U.)Fw 190F EK 2
Assault Operational Clasp
His first known victory, a Soviet La-5 on 28 August, 1944. This may be the Altenpohl on file, formerly in a Destroyer unit.
52 Altmann, GeorgOfw6/Schl.G-1 (S.U.)Fw 190A-5 Werk # 1764 "Yellow G" (lost 8/12/43)Assault Operational ClaspKIA 12 August, 1943 at Map Quadrant Pl.Qu. 5184, cause unknown.
53 Altmann, LeberechtLt12/19/19192 1/JG-26 (8/43 Woensdrecht), Stfkpt 1/JG-26 (2/44), Eins.Gr. Erg/JG-1 (2/45) Fw 190A-5 Werk # 1091 "White 10" (lost 8/19/43), Fw 190A-6 & 7, Fw 190A-8 Werk # 682044 (lost 2/1/45)
EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 1 February, 1945 by flak near Küstrin. WIA 19 August, 1943 during aerial combat. His A-5 crashed at Eethen Holland, north of Waalwijk (DeSwart). Another source sets the crashsite as Bergen op Zoom. One known victory, his 1st, a B-24 near Poix on 21 January, 1944, and one on 6 March, 1944, along with Kiefner and Brese on 6 March. Jager Blatt article (answering my question!).
54 Altner, Richard HerbertLt3/2/1918Naunhof255/NJG-3 (8/42), 2/NJG-3 (1/43), 3/NJG-5 (12/43 Lübeck), 8/NJG-5 (1/44), 10/NJG-11 (4/45 Burg)Bf 110, Do 217, Ju 88, Me 262B-1a/U1 Wk# 111980 "Red 12", Me 262B-1a/U1 Werk # 110636 "Red 9" (lost 3/27/45, pilot error, bail safely; R/O Uffz Reinhard Lommatzsch KIC) and Ar 234 in NJG-11 in 1945
Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(1/1/45)
EP


EK 1 & 2
Night Fighter Operational Clasp
One known victory, a Halifax 1 km SSE of Sonderborg on 19 August, 1942. Another, a Stirling on 18 January, 1943. A Wellington south of Tondern on 19 February, 1943. A B-17 NE of Gedser on 9 October, 1943. Downed a "4 mot" near Berlin on 16 December, 1943. One of these must have been "unconfirmed", since his 5th per OKL, was a B-24 on 4 January, 1944. A "4 mot" W of Paris on 8 June, 1944. a 2nd "4 mot" same day, 80 km N of Paris. A "4 mot" SSW of Paris on 10 June, 1944. Two more "4 mots" SW of Paris on 11 June, 1944. Another double on 13 June, 1944; both "4 mots" in the Lens-Arras area. Scored 5 victories, all Lancasters of RAF No. 619 Sq., within 30 minutes on one mission, 18 July, 1944, over northern France. One late victory, a Mosquito on 3 April, 1945. In the last days of the war, he used the Reinfeld autobahn as a runway during the day. On 7 May, 1945, from his last 262 base at Schleswig-Jagel, rather than waiting to surrender to the British, Altner simply got on his bike and pedaled home!
55 Altnorthoff, Ernst GeorgHptm4/21/192011 Stfkpt 12/JG-27 (7/43), 2/JGr Süd (Italy 11/43), Stfkpt 10/JG-27 (5/44 Reich Def), Stfkpt 13/JG-27 (11/44, 2/45 Reich Def), Stfkpt 6/JG-27 (4/45) Bf 109F, Bf 109G-6 Werk # 16x253 (lost 5/24/44; WIA Neu Cilli/Steirmark, bailed safely),Bf 109K-4 Werk # 330917 (lost 11/2/44; WIA, combat Mieschen), Bf 109G-10 Werk # 130332 (lost 2/25/45; aerial combat, Bramsche, pilot OK), Bf 109K-4 Werk # 332158 "White 7" (dam 3/21/45; damaged after enemy fighter strafing attack) EP


EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp
One known victory during the Sicilian campaign, a B-24D 28 km west of Cape Spartha on 9 July, 1943. Most likely, he and Fw Fahrenberger were flying wing together this date. His 2nd, a B-24 when he opposed the Ploesti raid, downing the bomber 50 km west of Kefallinia on 1 August, 1943. Another victory, a B-17 near the Gulf de Fos southern France, 16 November, 1943. A P-38 SW of Cassis on 21 January, 1944. Two P-38s over southern France on 4 March, 1944; one at Serres, the other at Berre-LEtang. Another P-38 on 7 March, 1944, over Italy, no location. His 8th, a B-17 at Agram (Zagreb) on 24 May, 1944. His 9th, a C-47 SW of Hofgeismar on 4 April, 1945. His 10th, a P-47 10 km NW of Heiligenstadt on 7 April, 1945. His 11th, a P-47 5 km W of Havelberg on 16 April, 1945. Alternate spelling: Altnorthhoff. Magnus.
56 Amend, HermannUffz99/JG-5 (9/43 S.U.), IV/JG-5 (8/44)Bf 109G, Fw 190A
EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 5 August, 1944. His first known victory, three Soviet P-40s on 12 September, 1943, flying with Walter Schuck, who also downed three P-40s this same date. A 4th, a Pe-2 on 2 December, 1943. A 5th, A Boston III on 17 March, 1944. A 6th, a Boston III on 2 April, 1944. A 7th, another Boston III NE of Berlevaag on 25 May, 1944. Nos. 8 & 9, both Il-2s near Vardö on 26 May, 1944.
57 Ammann, FritzUffz4/JG-300 (8/43 Peenmünde)Bf 109G-6 Werk # 15865 (lost 8/24/43, 25 km northeast of Kristianstadt Sweden)Night Fighter Operational ClaspThe first Gustav to come down in Sweden on 24 August, 1943. During a routine evening flight at 10,000 meters, his radio suddenly went silent and his navigational system developed problems. He dropped to a lower altitude and fired flares, hoping an airfield would light up for him to land. With no response, he decided to bail out, breaking his upper left arm doing so. He came down in the south of Sweden and expressed his wish to be returned to Germany (Source: B.Widfeldt).
58 Amon, GeorgOfw19209 7/JG-53 (6/43 Sicily-Italy), 3/JGr. Süd (5/44), 9/JG-53 (8/44, 9/44 Mörtitz), 13/JG-53 (1/45) Bf 109G-6 Werk # 18107 "White 9" & Bf 109G6/R6 "White 6 + I" both in 7 Staffel (43) EP

EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
POW 2 April, 1945 after being shot down with severe burns by AAA fire. Bodenplatte pilot, wingman for Stefan Kohl. His 1st victory, in N.Africa, a Spitfire 5 km southwest of Cape Bon on 18 April, 1943. Another, a B-24 over southern Italy, 16 August, 1943. A B-17 50 km SE of Nice on 25 May, 1944. A B-17 (n.b.) in the Lüneburg area on 24 August, 1944. A B-24 near Kassel on 11 September, 1944. Added: After this 11 September, 1944 encounter, he crash landed at Hachborn in a G-6 (C.König).

Amon in Bf 109 G-6/Trop W.Nr 18107 'Weisse 9'
59 Anders, RichardOblt1/3/1915Martinwaldau1(H)/11 (11/42), (H)/12 (4/43), Stab/NAG-6 (5/44), 6(F)/132 (6/44), 1/JG-110 (1/45), Stab/8 Flakdiv.Fw 189A-2, Hs 126B-1
RK(7/27/44)

Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(4/12/43)
EP(8/10/42)

EK 1 & 2
Silver Wound Badge
Observer Operational Clasp w/Pendant
370 combat missions. DK-G Awards List & aufhimmelzuhause.com
(Added by Pietrzak Youngs)
Oberleutnant Richard Anders (January 3, 1915 - September 9, 1993) had participated in the invasion of Poland in 1939 with the Aufklärungsgruppe 21 when his reconnaissance plane was shot down by an enemy hunter plane which left him and Hauptmann wounded. Anders then changed units to Ergänzungs-Aufklärungsgruppe (6 August 1942) and Aufklärungsgruppe 12 (1 September 1942). He was awarded the Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes on 27 July 1944 as Oberleutnant and Flugzeugführer at 11. Staffel (H) / Nahaufklärungsgruppe 12 / Fliegerführer Kroatien / Luftwaffenkommando Südost after completing many reconnaissance missions and directing artillery fire. At the end of the war Anders joined Staff 8. Flak-Division. In total he has completed 370 feindflug (combat missions), most of which take place on the Eastern Front. Other medals and awards he received: Flugzeugführerabzeichen; Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz (November 26, 1939) and in Silber (January 21, 1944); Dienstauszeichnung der Wehrmacht IV. Klasse (1939); Eisernes Kreuz II. Class (December 13, 1939) and I. Classe (July 25, 1940); Frontflugspange für Auklärer in Bronze (21 April 1941), in Silber (22 February 1942), in Gold (30 November 1942) and mit Anhänger (19 July 1943); Luftwaffe Ehrenpokale für Besondere Leistungen im Luftkrieg (10 August 1942); Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten 1942/42 (December 31, 1942); and the Deutsches Kreuz in Gold (April 12, 1943). He also got one foreign medal namely the Ehrenzeichen der Slowakisches Schnellen Division XLII (Slovakien Honor award for service against the Soviet Union) which he got on 23 May 1942. What was unusual about Richard Anders's Oberleutnant photo was the absence of the Luftwaffe eagle logo on his hat! Post-war photos taken?


60 Andorf, A.Fw2/KG-2 (8/42 Gilze-Rijen) Do 217E-4 Werk # 4673 "U5 + ?K" (lost 8/28/42) Wound Badge, Bomber Operational Clasp His Do 217 crashed at Waalwijk Holland, the Buiten Marshes-Capelle, the night of 27/28 August, 1942, cause and pilot/crew disposition unknown (DeSwart). Added: Cause still unknown, crew not mentioned. Fw Andorf was injured in the crash (SGLO).
61 Andres, AlfredFw1/Schl.G-1 (S.U.)Bf 109E-7 Werk # 1789 "White A" (lost 8/1/42)Fighter Operational ClaspKIA 1 August, 1942 at Kalatsch, cause unknown.
62 Andres, FritzObltStfkpt 2/SKG-210 (S.U.)Bf 110E Werk # 2376 "S9 + ??" (lost 8/14/41)Destroyer Operational ClaspKIA with unnamed crew 14 August, 1941 near Kaschjokoba after being hit by flak. Bf 110 Loss List
63 Andres, WernerObstlt7/13/190954/JG-231 (5/39), 2/JG-27, Kdr II/JG-27 (4/40 Fr.), Kdr Erg/JG-54 (Fr.), Kdr III/JG-3 (8/41 S.U.), JGr-Ost (1/43), Kdr EJG-2 (4/45)Bf 109E in 2/JG-27, Bf 109F-2 Werk # 8127 (lost 8/28/41) in JG-3, Bf 109F & G and Fw 190A-8 in JGr-Ost, Me 262 in EJG-2
EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp
WIA 8 August, 1940 during aerial combat with a fighter, force landing at Montdidier (Prien). Injured in a "False Start" (?) at the Uman airfield on 28 August, 1941. His first known victory, a Fokker C.X. south of Wageningen, 12 May, 1940. His 2nd, a Morane 406 at Le Forte Milon, 9 June, 1940. During the Battle of Britain on 8 August, 1940, he was shot down in his 109 over the English Channel and was rescued by Air-Sea Rescue. He was replaced by Lippert. He was known to have served on the staff of General Galland. Magnus Report. Deceased 1975.
64 Angermaier, A.Uffz3/KG-53 (7/40)He 111 Unk (lost 7/29/40)Bomber Operational Clasp KIA the night of 28/29 July, 1940, when, for unknown reason crashed into the North Sea near Den Haag. The entire crew washed ashore in mid-August, 1940, and were buried at Ysselsteyn, the pilot bur BH-4-78. Remaining crew: Lt W.Schatka, Obs, bur BK-2-48; Uffz E.Jendricke, R/O, bur BH-4-79 and Fw F.Prütting, Gnr, bur BH-4-77 (SGLO).
Ysselstein, Holland
65 Angres, HeinzFhjFw1012/JG-3 (7/44), 15/JG-3 (8/44)Bf 109G, Fw 190DEP


EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 16 October, 1944. All 10 victories were bombers. Two known victories, his 1st & 2nd, both B-17s (HSS) near Kempten on 18 July, 1944. His 3rd, a B-17 at Daun-Kyllberg area on 15 August, 1944. His 4th, a B-24 SW of Papa on 22 August, 1944. His 5th, a B-24 at Mürzzuschlag on 23 August, 1944. His 6th, a B-17 at Hettstedt on 11 September, 1944. His 7th, a B-24 SE of Eschwege on 27 September, 1944. His 8th, a B-24 SE of Eschwege on 27 September, 1944. His 9th, a B-17 W of Halberstädt on 28 September, 1944. His 10th, a B-17 at Artren-Naumburg on 7 October, 1944. Magnus. Alternate spelling: Angers.
66 Ankum-Frank, Albrecht vonHptm3Stfkpt Fl.Gr. 30 (9/39), Stfkpt 1(J)/LG-2 (1/40), Adj II/JG-27 (6/40), Stfkpt 5/JG-27Bf 109E-1 "White 1 + x" (10/39), Bf 109E-4 (lost 8/2/40)
EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 2 August, 1940 during aerial combat with a Blenheim, his Bf 109E crashed at Jelsum Holland, north of Leeuwarden (DeSwart). One known victory, his 1st, a Spitfire west of Dunkirk, 2 June, 1940. His 2nd, a Hawk-75A at Bois de Compiegne, 8 June, 1940. His 3rd, a Potz 63 south of Troyes, 14 June, 1940.
67 Anlauf, RobertFw103/JG-52 (7/44 S.U.)Bf 109G-14 & K-4EP


EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 28 March, 1945. His first known victory, a Soviet Pe-2 on 24 July, 1944. A 2nd, a Pe-2 on 21 August, 1944. A 3rd, an Il-2 (m.H.) on 31 August, 1944. Nos. 4 & 5, an Il-2 (m.H.) and a P-39 on 1 September, 1944. Nos. 6 & 7, both Yak-9s on 14 October, 1944. An 8th, a P-39 on 20 October, 1944. Nos. 9 & 10, an Il-2 (m.H.) and a LaGG-5 on 26 October, 1944. Magnus.
68 Annies, M.LtIII/KG-4 (8/40 Schiphol) Ju 88A-5 Werk # (88)0284 "5J + ??" (lost 8/27/40) Bomber Operational Clasp His Ju 88 crashed into the North Sea off the Dutch coast on 27 August, 1940, cause and pilot/crew disposition unknown (DeSwart). Added: Cause still unknown; the deceased crew buried Ysselsteyn. Pilot Oblt Annies buried Yssel CV-1-7. Remaining crew: Lt,z,See W.von Atens, Obs (MIA); Uffz J.Hartmann, R/O (bur CX-11-273) and Gefr W.Ramm, Gnr (bur CV-1-6) (SGLO).
Ysselstein, Holland
69 Annis,Lt7/KG-4 (Channel)Ju 88A-1 Werk # 0284 "??" (lost 8/27/40)Bomber Operational ClaspKIA with two other unnamed crew 27 August, 1940, cause unknown, location not reported, one other crew MIA (Ju 88 Loss List).
70 Anthony, GeorgOfw5/29/1913Berlin44/ZG-76 Bf 110C Werk # 3615 "M8 + MM" (lost 8/30/40)
EK 1 & 2
Destroyer Operational Clasp
KIA 30 August, 1940; crashed at Barley Beans Farm, Kimpton, Hertfordshire, UK; buried Hitchin Cemetery, Hertfordshire, UK, NW Extension, Gr 401 (M.Croft). His R/O-Gnr, Uffz Nordmeier, was injured and taken POW (Bf 110 Loss List). One known victory, a Morane at Le Cateau, 16 May, 1940. His 2nd & 3rd, both Moranes on 17 May, 1940, no location. His 4th, a Spitfire west of Dunkirk, 29 May, 1940. Added: His R/O-Gnr, Uffz Heinrich Nordmeier (Nordmeyer or Nordmeir), suffered a broken back. Their 110 was sd by Hurricanes of Nos 303 and 56 Sqs, piloted by F/O Ludwik W.Paszkiewicz and P/O Bryan J.Wicks respectively (D.Drury).
71 Anton, Heinz vonOblt1Stffüh 9/StG-2 (8/43 S.U.)Ju 87D-5 Werk # 130822 (lost 9/2/43)
Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(7/23/43)

EK 1 & 2
EP (10/14/42), Dive Bomber Operational Clasp
KIA with unnamed crew 2 September, 1943 when their ac exploded in mid-air in Map Quad Pl.Qu. 8854 (Ju 87 Loss List). His first known victory, a Soviet LaGG-3 NE of Sassniki on 18 August, 1943. See Luftwaffe Officer Career Summaries for more detail.
72 Antwerpen, PaulObltStab I/SKG-10 (5/43 St Andre, Fr) Fw 190A-5 Werk # 0656 "Green 1" (lost 5/18/43) Assault Operational Clasp KIA 18 May, 1943, cause and location not reported. Added: He was reported in 2 Staffel, and sd by a Mosquito of No.85 Sq.. Crashed into the Thames Estuary near Whitstable. His body washed ashore 12 August, 1943 at Zandvoort. He is buried at Yssel CT-12-294 (SGLO).
73 Aparius, UffzII/StG-2Ju 87Known to have crashed his Ju 87 on 27 August, 1939 between Klucken and Gieseblitz with Gunner Ogefr Derwitz. Cause and crew disposition unknown. Jager Blatt 4/2004.
74 Apirius,LtDive Bomber UnitJu 87Crashed August, 1939 at Ufer des Leba-Sees, between Klucken and Giesebitz, cause and pilot disposition unknown. Jager Blatt 3/2004.
75 Apollony, HeinzOfw4/KG-54 (Channel)Ju 88A-1 Werk # 6086 "B3 + BM" (lost 8/21/40)Bomber Operational ClaspPOW 21 August, 1940; both engines were hit by AA fire during an attack on the Brize Norton airfield. They were also subjected to attacks by Hurricanes of RAF No. 17 Sq., believed to be piloted by S/L Cedric Williams, P/O Harold Bird-Wilson & P/O Jack Ross. The crew abandoned the AC, which finally crashed at Marsh Farm, Earnley. Remaining crew: Hptm Lothar Maiwald, Obs; Uffz Kurt Miethner, R/O and Uffz Helmut Hempel, Flt Engr.. Source: KG-54 Archive.
76 Appel,Lt11/NJG-7Bf 110
EK 1 & 2
Night Fighter Operational Clasp
One known victory, a "4 mot" in the Königsberg area on 30 August, 1944.
77 Armsdorfer, JosefUffz2/NJG-3 (Schleswig)Bf 110G-4 Werk # 440141 "D5 + BK" (lost)Night Fighter Operational ClaspKIA 17 August, 1944 during aerial combat with a Mosquito "HR 213" "TW-G" of RAF No. 141 Sq., piloted by W/O E.A. Lampkin and Nav/Radar Oper F/Sgt B.J. Wallnut. The Bf 110 was hit on the port wing which exploded and crumpled up, splitting the middle of the AC. The Bf 110 crashed into the North Sea off the Danish west coast. The bodies of Armsdorfer and Gefr Erich Warnken, R/O, have no known graves. Ogefr Otto Romahn (geb 7/5/22), Mech, washed ashore on 22 August, 1944, and he was buried in the Fovrfelt Cemetery, Grave 23, in Esbjerg on 24 August, 1944. Source: Air War over Denmark.
78 Armstorfer, JosefUffz2/NJG-3Bf 110G-4 Werk # 440151 "D5 + BK" (lost 8/16/44)Night Fighter Operational ClaspMIA 16 August, 1944; sd over the North Sea near Ringkobing by a Mosquito of No 141 Sq., piloted by WO Lampkin. Remaining crew: R/O Ogefr Otto Rohmann (KIA, drowned/recovered) and Gnr Gefre Erich Warbken (MIA).
79 Arndt, ErhardOgefr5/27/19223/JG-2Fw 190A-8 Werk # 171570 (lost 8/23/44)Fighter Operational ClaspKIFA 23 August, 1944; crashed at the Wiesbaden - Erbenheim airfield, pilot error.
80 Arndt, WilhelmFw8/19/1917Landshut/Isar5/JG-54Go 145A-1 "Black ?" (lost 8/22/40)Fighter Operational Clasp KIA 22 August, 1940. No further detail known. Added: He is believed to have been sd over the English Channel. His body washed ashore three weeks later in France. He is now buried in the German War Cem at La Cambe, Blk 96, Gr 32. His R/O, Uffz Arno Holle, was also KIA. A listing for Uffz Holle indicates he died 16 September, 1940. This date most certainly when his body was recovered. He is buried at Champigny-St Andre, Blk 17, Row 2, Gr 78 (D.Drury).
81 Arnecke, DieterLt12/20/192135/JG-54 (6/44 Finland)Fw 190A-6 Werk # 550150 "Black 11" (lost)
EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 16 August, 1944 in aerial combat with a Lagg-5, 20 km northeast of Vara. His first known victory, a Soviet P-39 on 20 June, 1944. A 2nd, a Yak-9 on 21 July, 1944. a 3rd, a Yak-9 on 3 August, 1944.
82 Arnim, Harald vonOblt9/30/190528/JG-2(40), 5(F)/123 (43)Bf 109E in JG-2, Ju 188 & Me 410 in (F)/123
Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(3/20/44)

EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
His first victory, a Hurricane in the Selsey Bill area on 28 September, 1940. A 2nd, a B-17 14km E of Tournai on 17 August, 1943 while in 5(F)/123. OKL & DK-G Awards List.
83 Arnold, ErnstFw12/JG-27 (6/40), 3/JG-27 (8/40 Channel)Bf 109E-1 Werk # 3271 "Yellow 12" (lost 8/30/40) EK 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
POW 30 August, 1940 after being damaged during combat by a Spitfire of No.603 Sq., piloted by F/O Brian Carbury, and making an emergency landing at Westwood Court, near Faversham. One known victory, his 1st, a Battle at Montmirail, 13 June, 1940. Note: TBT&N and BOBT&N claim the Wk# was 3771 which was assigned to Hptm Lopez of 15(Span)/JG-27.
84 Arnold, GüntherGefr12/JG-27 (France)Bf 109G-6 Werk # 413717 "Blue 13 + I" (lost 8/19/44)Fighter Operational ClaspMIA 19 August, 1944 West of Paris, reason unknown. Mombeek.
85 Arnold, WalterFhjOfw89/JG-27 (8/44 France)Bf 109G-6 Werk # 413544 "Yellow 6 + I" (lost 8/18/44)EP


EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
His G-6 reported lost on 18 August, 1944 during an emergency landing 30km NW of Paris, pilot returned. One known victory, his 1st, a B-17 SE of Marburg on 6 April, 1944. A 2nd, a Typhoon S of Evreux on 17 August, 1944. A 3rd, a B-26 60 km SW of Aachen on 3 October, 1944. A 4th, a P-47 at Mechernich on 17 December, 1944. His 7th, a P-51 in the Küstrin area on 24 March, 1945. His 8th, an Auster on 2 April, 1945. Magnus Report.
86 Arz, EgonLt2/KG-51 (Channel)Ju 88A-5 Werk # 8124 "9K + AK" (lost 3/16/41)Bomber Operational ClaspPOW the night of 16/17 March, 1941, suffering double engine failure during the Avonmouth bombing raid. His last radio call was "emergency landing in England". Crashed at RAF Chilmark, Dinton, Wilts at 23:40 hours. Remaining crew (all POW): Ofw Oskar Reimer, Observer; Fw August Konrad, R/O and Fw Otto Hoferrichter, Mech. Source: Bristol Past, John Penny.
87 Asche, HeinrichUffz9/27/191985/JG-54 (4/44 S.U.)Fw 190A-6 Werk # 530138 "Black 8" (lost)
EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp
Shot down with wounds 13 September, 1944 in aerial combat with a LaGG 5, 30 km northwest of Walk Pl. Qu. His first known victory, a Soviet La-5 on 3 April, 1944. A 2nd, a Yak-9 on 22 August, 1944. A 3rd, an "unnamed" Soviet a/c on 23 August, 1944. A 4th, a Yak-9 on 25 August, 1944. This may very well be the Uffz Asche who surrendered with Wettstein in Denmark, making the treacherous flight from Libau, across the Baltic, with two rear passengers.
88 Aspern, Roloff von Oblt9/18/191818I/JG-21 (7/39), 1/JG-76 (9/39), Stfkpt 5/JG-54 (Channel 11/40)Bf 109D in 39, Bf 109E-4 Werk # 1627 "Black 1" (lost 11/17/40) in JG-54EP


EK 1 & 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
MIA 17 November, 1940 in Werk# 1627, in aerial combat with Spitfires, over the Thames Estuary. Von Aspern scored I/76s final victory of the Polish campaign, a P-23 Light Bomber near Konzary, 10 September, 1939. (I believe it to be Falck with two victories on 11 September, 1939.) His 2nd victory, a Hawk-75A west of Rethel, 18 May, 1940. His 3rd, a Morane 405 west of Laon, 19 May, 1940. His 4th, a Spitfire at Gravelines on 25 May, 1940. His 5th, a Hawk-75A west of Epernay, 3 June, 1940. His 6th, a Potez 63 on 4 June, no location. Nos.7 & 8, both Hawk-75s NW of Amiens on 6 June, 1940. His 9th, a Hurricane on 30 August, 1940, no location. His 10th, a Hurricane at Themsemünding on 5 September, 1940. His 11th, a Spitfire at Ashford on 18 September, 1940. Nos.12, 13 & 14, all three Spitfires S of London on 27 September, 1940. His 15th, a Hurricane S of Tonbridge on 12 October, 1940. His 16th, a Spitfire S of London on 13 October, 1940. His 17th, a Hurricane on 15 October, 1940, no location. His 18th, a Spitfire on 25 October, 1940, no location.
89 Aspök, AugustLt8/KG-1 (S.U.)Ju 88A-5 Werk # 5277 "V4 + BD" (lost 10/29/41)Bomber Operational ClaspShot down during aerial combat on 29 October, 1941, the pilot and two others returned, one KIA, all unnamed.
90 Assel, FritzUffzI/JG-111Bf 109G-6 Werk # 161450 (dam 8/3/44)This ac known to have crashed on 3 August, 1944 at Unterschlauersbach, near Roth, cause and pilot disposition not reported. Source: Klassiker der Luftfahrt 6/12 magazine article (H. Breuer).
91 Assmann, JakobUffz34/JG-54 (6/44 Immola Finland)Fw 190A "White 9", Fw 190F-8 Werk # 593137 "White 12" (lost) EK 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIFA 26 August, 1944 during a Ferry Flight in "White 12". During a 2 July, 1944 Soviet raid on the Immola airfield, Assmann was fortunate to escape serious injury when a bomb hit his "White 9" as he was attempting to scramble. His first known victory, a Soviet P-39 on 19 June, 1944. A 2nd, an Il-2 on 21 June, 1944. A 3rd, an Il-2 on 23 August, 1944.
92 Aubrecht, HermannUffz315/JG-51 (S.U.) Bf 109E, Bf 109F-4 Werk # 7061 "Black 6" (lost 8/9/42 in Orel, S.U.)
Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(10/3/42)
EP


EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge(8/9/42)
Fighter Operational Clasp
WIA 9 August, 1942 by flak; returned after making an emergency landing at Map Quadrant Pl.Qu. 56391. One known victory, a Blenheim Mk IV over the English Channel on 29 April, 1941, a Gefr at the time. His first known Soviet victory,a Martin B-26 on 24 June, 1941. An SB-2 on 30 June, 1941. A DB-3 on 13 July, 1941. A Vultee-11 on 16 July, 1941. A Pe-2 on 14 December, 1941. An R-Z on 4 February, 1942. A MiG-1 on 22 July, 1942. A LaGG-3 on 5 August, 1942. An Il-2 and a Pe-2 on 8 August, 1942. An Il-2 18 km E of Gshalsk on 9 August, 1942. Survived the war. Magnus Report.




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93 Aue, LotharUffz2 6/JG-2 (France 7/43), 5/JG-2 (5/44) Bf 109G-6 Werk # 15427 (lost 8/9/43), Bf 109G-6 Werk # 410507 (lost 4/22/44)
EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 22 April, 1944 near the Etripagny airfield; sd by an RCAF fighter On No. 416 Sq. (RCAF Claims List). WIA 9 August, 1943 during aerial combat at St Pol. One known victory, a B-17 at La Coulonche, ENE of Domfront on 4 July, 1943. A 2nd, a P-38 in the Caen area on 25 June, 1944. Alternate spelling: Auee.
94 Auer, RobertUffzSchule Staffel/NJG-1 (8/44 Twente) He 219A-0 Werk # 190108 "G9 + ??" (lost 8/20/44) Pilot Badge KIC the night of 19/20 August, 1944. His 219 crashed on Voortsweg in Enschede Holland, cause unknown (DeSwart). Remaining crew (KIC, buried Yssel): Uffz Georg Frey (bur R/9/212) and Ogefr Paul Klatt (bur R/9/213). Pilot buried R/9/211.
Ysselstein, Holland
95 Auerbach, FritzUffz24/ZG-76Bf 110 EK 2
Destroyer Operational Clasp
His first victory, a Spitfire 20 km south of Tunbridge Wells on 30 August, 1940. His second, a Spitfire S of London on 2 September, 1940.
96 Auerswald, RudolfFw3/KG-54 Ju 88A-4 Werk # 140443 "B3 + PL" (lost 8/3/44) Wound Badge, Bomber Operational Clasp WIA 3 August, 1944 when his ac was attacked by a night fighter while attacking troop positions during the liberation of Avranches. Remaining crew: Gefr Paul Busch, Obs (WIA), Uffz Richard Wagener, R/O (MIA) and Uffz Edgar Willhöft, Gnr (dispo unk) (D.Drury).
97 Augenstein, Hans HeinzHptm7/11/1921Pforzheim Brötzingen in Baden469/NJG-1 (10/43), 7/NJG-1 (2/44), Stfkpt 12/NJG-1 (11/44)Bf 110F, Bf 110G-4 Werk # 730050 "G9 + EZ" (lost 6/16/44), Bf 110G-4 Werk # 140078 (most likely 740078) "G9+HZ" (lost 12/7/44)
RK(6/9/44)

Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(1/16/44)
br>EP(1/17/44)

EK 1 & 2
Wound Badge
Night Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 7 December, 1944 NW of Münster-Handorf by an RAF Long Range Night Fighter flown by Flt Lt Hedgecoe. Another source suggests the G-4 Werk # as 740078. Augenstein and his R/O, Uffz Günther Steins were killed, and the gunner, Uffz Kurt Schmidt, managed to bale out successfully. WIA 16 June, 1944 during aerial combat at Roubaix Be., with Uffz's Schmidt and Steins, also this incident. One known victory, a Wellington 1 km southeast of Ahlhorn on 1 August, 1942. Five known victories were bombers, including two Lancasters by Zwolle on 23 October, 1943. Another, a Halifax at Emmerich on 15 February, 1944. A Halifax 4 km ESE of Maastricht on 28 April, 1944. Added: The only VDK burial match is for Ofw (promoted?) Steins, War Cem. Münster-Waldfriedhof Lauheide in Field G, Grave 3 (D.Drury).

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98 August,Fw25/JG-77 (1/43), 4/JG-77 (1/44)Bf 109F (Trop), Bf 109G in 4 Staffel EK 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
One known Desert victory, his first, a P-40E in N. Africa on 14 January, 1943. His 2nd, a P-38 on 3 January, 1944.
99 Augustin, GünterUffz8/KG-54 (Med)Ju 88A-4 Werk # 550238 "B3 + VS" (lost 8/23/43)Bomber Operational ClaspKIC 23 August, 1943 SW of Foggia due to engine trouble, two other unnamed crew injured (Ju 88 Loss List).
100 Augustin, HelmutUffz1Erg/JG-2 (7/41)Bf 109E-7 Werk # 5978 (lost) EK 2
Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 16 August, 1941 in aerial combat with a Spitfire northwest of Colomby (Calais). One known victory, his first, a Spitfire at Cherbourg on 10 July, 1941.

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