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Erich notched up 352 victories before he was captured by Russians.

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Erich Hartmann, the highest scoring fighter ace in history, with 352 aerial victories in combat missions, he was never shot down or forced to land due to fire from enemy aircraft.

Erich "Bubi" Hartmann, known as the Black Devil during World War II, was the greatest ace fighter pilot in the history of aviation with a credited 352 kills.  Although he was forced to land his plane because of mechanical failure or damage from falling debris 14 times in his career, he was never shot down or forced to land due to enemy fire.

Luftwaffe Ace Erich "Bubi" Hartmann, known as the Black Devil during World War II, was the greatest ace fighter pilot in the history of aviation with a credited 352 kills.

Erich Hartmann: the top ace of all time, scored 352 aerial kills in WW2.

ERICH HARTMANN Erich Hartmann was top flying German ace of all time with 352 ‘kills’. The top Allied ace of was James ‘Johnnie’ Johnson with 38 kills.

My all time favorite Ace Erich Rudorffer This remarkable pilot flew over 1000 combat missions, engaged in aerial combat over 300 times. He was shot down 16 times and had to parachute from his aircraft 9 times. His score sheet of 222 victories 1 Hawker Tempest (Me 262), 2 Hawk 75, 6 P-40, 7 Hurricane, 7 P-38, 15 Yak 7/9, 40 Spitfire, 58 Il-2 Sturm,10 B-17 Bombers (Me 262).No other pilot in history has scored more multiple victories than him.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erich_Rudorffer

Pilot Major Erich Rudorffer 222 kills 12 kills with the Me 262 Rudorffer went down in history when he claimed 13 kills in 17 minutes,no other pilot in history has as many multiple air to air victories as Rudorffer.

2 World War, German paratrooper, soldiers dropping from the sky landing on the ground. Vintage, photo, history, never forget.

World War German paratrooper, soldiers dropping from the sky landing on the ground. Vintage, photo, history, never forget.

Erich Hartmann, called the Blond Knight of the German Luftwaffe, achieved the staggering total of 352 confirmed victories. Hartmann’s incredible combat record earned him the coveted diamonds to his Knight’s Cross from Hitler personally. He was never shot down or forced to land due to enemy fire. He survived the war and died in 1993.

“ During the Second World War, one German Luftwaffe pilot compiled a combat record so remarkable that he earned the distinction of becoming the most successful fighter pilot in the history of humanity. Erich Hartmann, called the Blond.

16.Luft.Field Div. - 8,8cm FlaK - Normandy, France 1944

Uploading a Photograph occasionally German soldier reloading a Panzerabwehrkanone PAK (Anti-tank gun)

The picture shows German Fallschirmjäger waving to a passing Junkers Ju 87 dive bomber, during the Battle of the Netherlands, part of the…

The picture shows German Fallschirmjäger waving to a passing Junkers Ju 87 dive bomber, during the Battle of the Netherlands, part of the…

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