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Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot – Defending The Reich Against The RAF And USAAF

AUTHOR – Wolfgang Fischer

PUBLISHER – Grub Street

FORMAT – Softback


PAGES – 216

ISBN – 9781911667292


1 in stock

Category: Product ID: 14614


Within weeks of war being declared, Wolfgang Fischer had volunteered to join the Luftwaffe and spent nearly five of the succeeding six years of hostilities in uniform. During this time, he was given a succession of postings varying from a long-range recce unit; as a decoder in a met office in occupied France; to a bomber squadron; and as a flying instructor, before joining a squadron of the famous Richthofen Geschwader in Italy, from where he was shot down in his FW 190 by Mustangs en route to Normandy. By now a Leutnant, he survived to fly offensive rocket attacks over Gold Beach on D-Day, only to be shot down again on D + 1, and captured and sent first to a hospital in the UK, then into captivity in the USA. He was finally repatriated in April 1946.

Expertly translated and edited by John Weal, this is a worthy accompaniment to Norbert Hannig’s “Luftwaffe Fighter Ace”.


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