£ 125.00

Graf & Grislawski – A Pair Of Aces 


AUTHOR – Bergstrom, Antipov & Sundin

PUBLISHER – Eagle Editions

FORMAT – Hardback

PAGES – 312


ISBN – 0 9721060 4 9

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Category: Product ID: 15407


This sought after book details the lives of two of the Luftwaffe’s famous Experten. The book is written by Christer Bergstrom and is assisted by Vlad Antipov and Claes Sundin. Alfred Grislawski also co-operated with the project.

Alfred Grislawski and Hermann Graf fought side by side in some of the harshest conditions that were found on the Eastern Front. The authors detail their experiences from the outset of hostilities, through their missions on the Eastern Front and the Goering Mutiny of January 1945. It culminates with their captivity at the hands of the Russians. The later is the most controversial, given the harsh treatment received by Graf from his former colleagues, as a result of his alleged co-operation with the Russians. The authors detail this period in time with recently uncovered documents from Russian POW archives, which included Graf’s complete file. There are also two complete appendices listing the confirmed aerial victories accredited to these two pilots. Page after page details the type of aircraft destroyed by date, location and Opponent.

The book is 312 pages in length and is extensively illustrated with more than 300 photos, many never before seen. The majority of the photos are from Mr Grislawski’s private collection or Traditionsgemeinschaft JG 52. Claes Sundin provides 26 superb colour profiles.

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Weight2.1 kg


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