by Erich Hartmann

✠ Erich Hartmann (April 19th, 1922 - September 20th, 1993) RK 29.10.1943 Leutnant Flugzeugführer i. d. 7./JG 52 [Staffelkapitän 9./JG 52 since 02.09.1943] 02.03.1944 [420. EL] Leutnant Staffelkapitän 9./JG 52 02.07.1944 [75. Sw] Oberleutnant Staffelkapitän 9./JG 52 25.08.1944 [18. Br] Oberleutnant Staffelkapitän 9./JG 52

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Erich Hartmann, German fighter pilot. He was the most successful fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare. Nicknamed the Blonde Knight and the Black Devil by his Soviet adversaries. He flew 1,404 combat missions, and participated in aerial combat on 825 separate occasions. He claimed, and was credited with, shooting down 352 Allied aircraft - 345 Soviet and 7 American.

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Erich Hartmann, New York, 1967

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simbartez: Erich Hartmann and Gunther Rall post war Taking in some sunshine. I’ve never seen this photo before AND DAMN IS IT AWESOME!!!!!

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✠ Erich Hartmann (April 19th, 1922 - September 20th, 1993) RK 29.10.1943 Leutnant Flugzeugführer i. d. 7./JG 52 [Staffelkapitän 9./JG 52 since 02.09.1943] 02.03.1944 [420. EL] Leutnant Staffelkapitän 9./JG 52 02.07.1944 [75. Sw] Oberleutnant Staffelkapitän 9./JG 52 25.08.1944 [18. Br] Oberleutnant Staffelkapitän 9./JG 52

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Walter Krupinski and Erich Hartmann having fun.

Erich Hartmann - Man in street under the Brooklyn Bridge, USA. New York City, 1955.

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Erich Hartmann (Jagdflieger)

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© Erich Hartmann

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