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Ace with 275.00 Victories

General Gunther Rall

A young pilot with III/JG52 at the outbreak of war. He quickly demonstrated his natural ability and leadership qualities, scoring his first air victory early in the Battle of Britain, and by July 1940 was leading 8/JG52. After transfer to the Eastern Front his air victories mounted at an astonishing rate. A crash hospitalised him but within nine months he was back in the cockpit, and, when commanding III/JG52, gained the Wings 500th victory. Gunther fought throughout the war to become the 3rd highest Ace in history with 275 victories. He was awarded the Knights Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords. Gunther Rall was born on March 10, 1918 in the small Bavarian town of Gaggenau, Baden. Immersing himself in Boy Scout activities during the difficult economic times in Germany following WW 1, Rall finished school in 1936 and joined the German Army. Influenced by a friend, who was a young officer in the Luftwaffe, Rall entered pilots school in 1938. His initial posting was with JG52. He attained his first aerial victory during the Battle of France in May of 1940. During the Battle of Britain JG52 absorbed many casualties, and Rall was promoted to Squadron Commander at the young age of 22. With his fair-hair and smooth complexion the young officer looked even younger than his years. But behind this pleasant exterior was a fierce competitor with the heart of a tiger. Later, Ralls squadron would support the attack on Crete, followed by deployment to the Southern Sector on the Eastern Front. Ralls victory totals began to mount. Following his 37 th victory, GiInther was himself shot down. He was lucky to survive the crash, but with a badly broken back he would spend most of the next year in various hospitals. In Vienna at the University Hospital he would meet his future wife, Hertha. Miraculously, Rall recovered and returned to the Luftwaffe in August of 1942. By November his score exceeded 100 and he was awarded the Oak Leaves to accompany the Knights Cross he was awarded only weeks earlier. As the War progressed against Russia, Rall began to encounter ever more experienced Soviet pilots flying better performing aircraft. Despite this fact, and being shot down several more times himself, Ralls victory tally kept rising. By March of 1944 the ace had attained 273 aerial victories. With the War now going badly for Germany, Rall was transferred to the Western Front. He was able to attain only two more victories against the swarms of Allied bombers and fighter escorts which now pounded Germany every day and night. In May of 1944 Rall was shot down by a P-47. Losing his thumb in the battle he remained out of combat until later in 1944. Ralls final assignments included flying 190Ds as Kornmodore of JG300, and flying the Me-262 jet. Ralls 275 aerial victories (attained on less than 700 combat sorties) make him the third highest scoring ace of all time. If not for the down time suffered as a result of his broken back, Rall might have actually equaled or exceeded Erich Hartmanns alltime record of 352 aerial victories. Rall was not much for socializing during the War. He was a fierce competitor with a businessmans attitude about flying. He was an excellent marksman, and possibly the best deflection shot expert of the War. He continued to fly with the Bundeslufwaffe following the War, serving as its Commander-In Chief in 1970-74. Sadly Gunther Rall died on 4th October 2009.



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Aircraft for : General Gunther Rall (deceased)
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Fw190




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Manufacturer : Fokke-Wulf
Production Began : 1940
Retired : 1945

Fw190

The Focke-Wulf 190 development project began in 1937. Conceived as a hedge against total dependence on the Messerchmitt 109, the 190 was designed by Kurt Tank utilizing a radial engine. This was against generally accepted design criteria in Germany, and many historians believe that the decision to produce a radial engine fighter was largely due to the limited manufacturing capacity for in-line, water-cooled engines which were widely used on all other Luftwaffe aircraft. Despite these concerns, Tanks design was brilliant, and the 190 would become one of the top fighter aircraft of WWII. The first prototype flew in mid-1939. The aircraft had excellent flying characteristics, a wonderful rate of acceleration, and was heavily armed. By late 1940 the new fighter was ordered into production. Nicknamed the butcher bird, by Luftwaffe pilots, early 190s were quite successful in the bomber interceptor role, but at this stage of the war many Allied bombing raids lacked fighter escort. As the war dragged on, Allied bombers were increasingly accompanied by fighters, including the very effective P-51 Mustang. The Allies learned from experience that the 190s performance fell off sharply at altitudes above 20,000 feet. As a result, most Allied bombing missions were shifted to higher altitudes when fighter opposition was likely. Kurt Tank had recognized this shortcoming and began working on a high-altitude version of the 190 utilizing an in-line, water-cooled engine. Utilizing a Jumo 12-cylinder engine rated at 1770-HP, and capable of 2,240-HP for short bursts with its methanol injection system, the 190D, or Long Nose or Dora as it was called, had a top speed of 426-MPH at 22,000 feet. Armament was improved with two fuselage and two wing mounted 20mm cannon. To accommodate the changes in power plants the Dora had a longer, more streamlined fuselage, with 24 inches added to the nose, and an additional 19 inches added aft of the cockpit to compensate for the altered center of gravity. By mid 1944 the Dora began to reach fighter squadrons in quantity. Although the aircraft had all the right attributes to serve admirably in the high altitude interceptor role, it was not generally focused on such missions. Instead many 190Ds were assigned to protect airfields where Me-262 jet fighters were based. This was due to the latter aircrafts extreme vulnerability to Allied attack during takeoff and landing. The 190Ds also played a major role in Operation Bodenplatte, the New Years Day raid in 1945 which destroyed approximately 500 Allied aircraft on the ground. The High Command was impressed with the 190Ds record on this raid, and ordered most future production of the Doras to be equipped as fighter-bombers. In retrospect this was a strategic error, and this capable aircraft was not fully utilized in the role for which it was intended.

Me109




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Manufacturer : Messerschmitt
Production Began : 1937
Retired : 1945
Number Built : 33984

Me109

Willy Messerschmitt designed the BF109 during the early 1930s. The Bf109 was one of the first all metal monocoque construction fighters with a closed canopy and retractable undercarriage. The engine of the Me109 was a V12 aero engine which was liquid-cooled. The Bf109 first saw operational service during the Spanish Civil War and flew to the end of World War II, during which time it was the backbone of the Luftwaffe fighter squadrons. During the Battle of Britian the Bf109 was used in the role of an escort fighter, a role for which it was not designed for, and it was also used as a fighter bomber. During the last days of May 1940 Robert Stanford-Tuck, the RAF ace, got the chance to fly an Me109 which they had rebuilt after it had crash landed. Stanford-Tuck found out that the Me109 was a wonderful little plane, it was slightly faster than the Spitfire, but lacked the Spitfire manoeuvrability. By testing the Me109, Tuck could put himself inside the Me109 when fighting them, knowing its weak and strong points. With the introduction of the improved Bf109F in the spring of 1941, the type again proved to be an effective fighter during the invasion of Yugoslavia and during the Battle of Crete and the invasion of Russia and it was used during the Siege of the Mediteranean island of Malta. The Bf109 was the main fighter for the Luftwaffe until 1942 when the Fw190 entered service and shared this position, and was partially replaced in Western Europe, but the Me109 continued to serve on the Eastern Front and during the defence of the Reich against the allied bombers. It was also used to good effect in the Mediterranean and North Africa in support of The Africa Korps. The Me109 was also supplied to several German allies, including Finland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Slovakia. The Bf109 scored more kills than any other fighter of any country during the war and was built in greater numbers with a total of over 31,000 aircraft being built. The Bf109 was flown by the three top German aces of the war war. Erich Hartmann with 352 victories, Gerhard Barkhorn with 301 victories and Gunther Rall with 275 kills. Bf109 pilots were credited with the destruction of 100 or more enemy aircraft. Thirteen Luftwaffe Aces scored more than 200 kills. Altogether this group of pilots were credited with a total of nearly 15,000 kills, of which the Messerschmitt Bf109 was credited with over 10,000 of these victories. The Bf109 was the most produced warplane during World War II, with 30,573 examples built during the war, and the most produced fighter aircraft in history, with a total of 33,984 units produced up to April 1945. Bf109s remained in foreign service for many years after World War II. The Swiss used their Bf109Gs well into the 1950s. The Finnish Air Force did not retire their Bf109Gs until March 1954. Romania used its Bf109s until 1955. The Spanish Hispanos flew even longer. Some were still in service in the late 1960s.

Me262




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Manufacturer : Messerschmitt
Number Built : 1400

Me262

The Messerschmitt Me-262 Swallow, a masterpiece of engineering, was the first operational mass-produced jet to see service. Prototype testing of the airframe commenced in 1941 utilizing a piston engine. General Adolf Galland, who was in charge of the German Fighter Forces at that time, pressured both Goring and Hitler to accelerate the Me-262, and stress its use as a fighter to defend Germany from Allied bombers. Hitler, however, envisioned the 262 as the aircraft which might allow him to inflict punishment on Britain. About 1400 Swallows were produced, but fortunately for the Allies, only about 300 saw combat duty. While the original plans for the 262 presumed the use of BMW jet engines, production Swallows were ultimately equipped with Jumo 004B turbojet engines. The wing design of the 262 necessitated the unique triangular hull section of the fuselage, giving the aircraft a shark-like appearance. With an 18 degree swept wing, the 262 was capable of Mach .86. The 262 was totally ineffective in a turning duel with Allied fighters, and was also vulnerable to attack during take off and landings. The landing gear was also suspect, and many 262s were destroyed or damaged due to landing gear failure. Despite its sleek jet-age appearance, the 262 was roughly manufactured, because Germany had lost access to its normal aircraft assembly plants. In spite of these drawbacks the 262 was effective. For example, on April 7, 1945 a force of sixty 262s took on a large force of Allied bombers with escort fighters. Armed with their four nose-mounted cannons, and underwing rockets the Swallows succeeded in downing or damaging 25 Allied B-17s on that single mission. While it is unlikely that the outcome of the War could have been altered by an earlier introduction or greater production totals for this aircraft, it is clear to many historians that the duration of the War might have been drastically lengthened if the Me-262 had not been too little too late.
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JG300


Country : Germany
Founded : 26th June 1943

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JG300

Jagdgeschwader 300 (JG 300) was a Luftwaffe fighter-wing of World War II. JG 300 was formed on June 26, 1943 in Deelen as Stab/Versuchskommando Herrmann, from July 18, 1943 as Stab/JG Herrmann, and then finally redesignated on August 20, 1943 to Stab/JG 300. Its first Geschwaderkommodore was Oberstleutnant Hajo Herrmann.

JG52


Country : Germany

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JG52

The most successful Luftwaffe fighter-wing of World War II, with a claim total of more than 10,000 victories over enemy aircraft. It was home to the top three scoring Experten of the Luftwaffe, Erich Hartmann, Gerhard Barkhorn and Gnther Rall. The unit flew the various marks of the Messerschmitt Bf 109 exclusively through the war.

Known Victory Claims - Gunther Rall

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PILOT

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JG

CLAIMED

LOCATION

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18/05/1940Ltn. Gnther Rall8JG 52CurtissS. Metz18.4Western Front
24/06/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52DB-3E. Konstanza: 6000m7.25Eastern Front
25/06/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52SB-2SE Konstanza: 4800m17.4Eastern Front
26/06/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52DB-3NE Konstanza: 4000m5.1Eastern Front
04/08/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 Rataber Kiew: 3000m5.47Eastern Front
04/08/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 Rataber Kiew: 1500m5.53Eastern Front
04/08/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 Rataber Kiew: 1500m6.1Eastern Front
06/08/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 RataSE Kiew: 2000m10.05Eastern Front
09/08/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52SB-2SE Kiew: 2000m5.35Eastern Front
11/08/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52MiG-3E. Kanew: 2300m14.28Eastern Front
13/08/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 RataNW Kanew: 1500m10.52Eastern Front
14/08/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 RataNW Kanew: 1500m10.39Eastern Front
17/08/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-15E. Kanew: 50m13.32Eastern Front
30/08/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52DB-3E. Dnepropetrowsk: 3200m15.15Eastern Front
06/09/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52R-10N. Derijewka: 300m12.57Eastern Front
17/09/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52MiG-3SE Kiew: 1000m10.53Eastern Front
25/09/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-26W. Charkow: 1500m7.4Eastern Front
02/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52V-11NE Poltawa: 700m12.17Eastern Front
04/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52R-10SW Walki: 1200m12.35Eastern Front
04/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52R-10SE Walki: 1000m12.37Eastern Front
05/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52R-10E. Sudrenkow: 2000m12.44Eastern Front
05/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52R-10W. Mertschik: 900m16.32Eastern Front
14/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52Il-2N. Poltawa: 700m15.45Eastern Front
15/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-26E. Bogoduchow: 1200m7.37Eastern Front
17/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-26S. Kolomak: 1000m7.25Eastern Front
23/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-61S. Alexandrowka: 1200m13.32Eastern Front
24/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-15NE Kap Takyl: 15m12.45Eastern Front
24/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 RataSW Kap Takyl: 800m16.17Eastern Front
31/10/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-153NW Alma-Tak: 1000m11.25Eastern Front
08/11/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-61SE Asow: 1500m11.44Eastern Front
09/11/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 RataSE Djakowi: 1000m13.52Eastern Front
22/11/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-61SE Agrafenowja: 1200m13.5Eastern Front
23/11/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52Il-2SE Rostow: 150m13.35Eastern Front
27/11/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 RataNE Agrafenowja: 250m14.06Eastern Front
28/11/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-61NW Rostow: 500m10.27Eastern Front
28/11/1941Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 RataN. Rostow: 1000m15.05Eastern Front
02/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-153S. Ssalsk: 17 791: 1000m9.35Eastern Front
02/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52MiG-1S. Gorkaja-Balka: 07 884: 1200m13.1Eastern Front
03/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52MiG-116 774: 800m16.17Eastern Front
04/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-315 112: 1700m17.47Eastern Front
06/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52Il-205 222: 800m9.45Eastern Front
06/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52Il-205 243: 300m9.49Eastern Front
06/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-306 813: 2600m18.06Eastern Front
06/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-306 664: 2000m18.09Eastern Front
08/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-305 194: 50m7.36Eastern Front
10/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-385 232: 1800m6.09Eastern Front
13/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-334 131: 800m16.11Eastern Front
13/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52Boston35 741: 2100m18.17Eastern Front
15/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 Rata34 463: 900m10.23Eastern Front
16/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-334 134: 1300m10.04Eastern Front
16/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-334 134: 1200m10.07Eastern Front
17/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-15334 433: 200m7.23Eastern Front
18/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-334 662: 1300m13.17Eastern Front
18/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-334 664: 800m13.19Eastern Front
19/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 541: 2000m8.17Eastern Front
23/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 443: 800m10.28Eastern Front
23/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 162: tiefflug15.09Eastern Front
25/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 142: 2000m16.17Eastern Front
27/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52MiG-144 631: 1300m12.47Eastern Front
28/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 661: tiefflug16.22Eastern Front
29/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 661: tiefflug16.22Eastern Front
30/08/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 342: 1800m17.07Eastern Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 533: 2500m9.35Eastern Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 511: 200m15.02Eastern Front
02/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 611: 1500m15.5Eastern Front
04/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52MiG-144 442: 800m13.49Eastern Front
06/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 621: 2000m9.55Eastern Front
06/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 471: 1000m10.35Eastern Front
08/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 472: 2000m12.43Eastern Front
08/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-18044 442: 2000m12.45Eastern Front
09/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 461: 1700m16.48Eastern Front
10/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 621: 2300m16.35Eastern Front
10/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 512: 1500m16.42Eastern Front
12/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 441: 50m13.07Eastern Front
17/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 371: 900m10.22Eastern Front
21/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52MiG-344 504: 1200m16.22Eastern Front
22/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52Il-244 592: 400m8.34Eastern Front
22/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52Il-244 541: 50m8.36Eastern Front
25/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 531: 1600m15.39Eastern Front
28/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 552: 1500m16.02Eastern Front
28/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 539: 1000m16.07Eastern Front
29/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52Il-244 611: 400m9.28Eastern Front
29/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 614: 1000m9.31Eastern Front
29/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52Il-244 533: 200m16.02Eastern Front
29/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 629: 600m16.04Eastern Front
30/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52Il-244 473: 800m16.02Eastern Front
30/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 621: 1500m16.03Eastern Front
30/09/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 694: 800m16.05Eastern Front
05/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 672: 4000m12.17Eastern Front
10/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 672: 1100m12.58Eastern Front
10/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 642: 1600m13.04Eastern Front
15/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 374: 200m13.06Eastern Front
18/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-354 511: tiefflug13.2Eastern Front
19/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 Rata44 581: 1300m13.01Eastern Front
19/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52I-16 Rata44 721: 100m13.03Eastern Front
22/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 531: 1200m14.32Eastern Front
22/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 363: 1200m14.33Eastern Front
22/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-344 651: tiefflug14.36Eastern Front
30/10/1942Oblt. Gnther Rall8JG 52MiG-144 742: 2200m10.36Eastern Front
21/03/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-386 512: 4000m7.3Eastern Front
21/03/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-386 514: 4200m7.43Eastern Front
24/03/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG76 682: 600m11.42Eastern Front
24/03/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG76 682: 600m11.43Eastern Front
26/03/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 174: 2000m11.22Eastern Front
26/03/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 321: 800m11.24Eastern Front
27/03/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52Airacobra76 833: 3000m14.31Eastern Front
09/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-385 161: 500m8.27Eastern Front
10/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52Airacobra85 132: 6000m8.33Eastern Front
12/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG86 677: Bodennhe8.34Eastern Front
12/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG86 673: 1800m8.42Eastern Front
18/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-385 371: 500m6.4Eastern Front
18/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-385 377: 1800m6.58Eastern Front
18/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-385 193: 2500m14.07Eastern Front
20/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 351: 1200m6.48Eastern Front
21/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG83 372: 2000m6.04Eastern Front
21/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG75 414: 2500m7.01Eastern Front
23/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG75 492: 2000m7.32Eastern Front
28/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52Spitfire75 231: 500m12.15Eastern Front
28/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 113: 3500m12.25Eastern Front
29/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52Spitfire85 151: 400m7.54Eastern Front
29/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-385 121: tiefflug13.22Eastern Front
30/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-385 742: 2000m8.35Eastern Front
30/04/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG-385 114: 2000m8.4Eastern Front
03/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52Airacobra85 144: 4000m7.58Eastern Front
03/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 151: 2500m8.15Eastern Front
03/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 172: 2000m8.26Eastern Front
03/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 153: 2500m15.58Eastern Front
03/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 144: 4000m16.1Eastern Front
04/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52Spitfire85 143: 3800m12.4Eastern Front
04/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52Airacobra85 151: tiefflug12.5Eastern Front
05/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52Airacobra85 113: 2000m12.09Eastern Front
05/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 141: 1500m10.09Eastern Front
06/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG45 264: 1800m8.29Eastern Front
06/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52Mitchell45 261: 1500m8.43Eastern Front
06/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG75 234: 1300m14.48Eastern Front
07/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG75 261: 800m13.18Eastern Front
08/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG75 261: 800m16.11Eastern Front
09/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG75 262: 1300m6.5Eastern Front
11/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 144: 4000m6.16Eastern Front
11/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 153: 3000m6.24Eastern Front
21/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG75 464: 800m7.34Eastern Front
23/05/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG85 114: 4000m5.52Eastern Front
07/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG62 742: 2000m11.46Eastern Front
07/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 131: 1800m11.52Eastern Front
08/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 132: 800m18.35Eastern Front
08/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 221: 2000m14.16Eastern Front
08/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG62 793: 3000m13.46Eastern Front
08/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG62 842: 3000m7.51Eastern Front
09/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG62 872: 3000m7.12Eastern Front
09/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG62 791: 3000m15.33Eastern Front
09/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG62 871: 3000m15.43Eastern Front
11/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG62 812: 3000m9.59Eastern Front
11/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG62 843: 2500m17.43Eastern Front
12/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG62 762: 1500m16.45Eastern Front
14/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG64 363L: 2000m19.07Eastern Front
15/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG64 381: 2000m15.03Eastern Front
17/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG54 613: 3500m19.08Eastern Front
17/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG64 531: 400m19.16Eastern Front
28/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG54 562: 2500m10.03Eastern Front
28/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG54 654: 2500m10.04Eastern Front
28/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG54 564: 2500m10.05Eastern Front
28/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG64 593: 2800m18.02Eastern Front
31/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG54 643: 50m11.09Eastern Front
31/07/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG54 672: 3500m17.07Eastern Front
03/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 192: 1200m14.57Eastern Front
03/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 363: 1500m18.22Eastern Front
04/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Il-2mH.61 352: 600m10.47Eastern Front
05/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 362: 300m7.06Eastern Front
05/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 413: 3000m11.25Eastern Front
05/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 331: 3000m11.15Eastern Front
07/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 533: 1300m18.19Eastern Front
07/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 394: 4000m10.16Eastern Front
07/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 523: 1500m18.06Eastern Front
09/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 823: 2000m16.14Eastern Front
11/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 531: 2500m18.37Eastern Front
12/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG61 514: 3500m10Eastern Front
14/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 152: 1200m10.23Eastern Front
15/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG51 821: 2500m11.13Eastern Front
15/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG51 762: 2000m11.21Eastern Front
17/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG70 791: 3500m7.17Eastern Front
17/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG70 842: 3500m10.55Eastern Front
18/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG51 851: 1000m8.22Eastern Front
19/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG88 244: 3000m11.42Eastern Front
20/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG88 283: 1200m16.37Eastern Front
20/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG88 254: 2000m9.08Eastern Front
20/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG88 252: 1500m9.09Eastern Front
20/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra88 291: 3500m15.59Eastern Front
20/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra88 291: 3000m15.59Eastern Front
21/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Il-288 293: 300m7.45Eastern Front
24/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG88 193: 2000m14.51Eastern Front
24/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG88 191: tiefst.14.54Eastern Front
24/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG88 282: 300m15.12Eastern Front
25/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG88 412: 4000m15.03Eastern Front
27/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra88 352: 3000m10.4Eastern Front
27/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra88 271: 2000m15.09Eastern Front
29/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG88 462: 1800m8.1Eastern Front
29/08/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG88 364: 2500m8.21Eastern Front
29/09/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG88 462: 1800m8.1Eastern Front
29/09/1943Hptm. Gnther Rall8JG 52LaGG88 364: 2500m8.22Eastern Front
01/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG59 791: 3000m14.45Eastern Front
01/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG-358 212: 2500m14.51Eastern Front
02/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 132: 1500m11.04Eastern Front
03/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 821: 2000m10.44Eastern Front
04/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 644: 4500m14.19Eastern Front
04/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 162: 2000m9.05Eastern Front
04/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Il-2mH.58 134: 400m9.34Eastern Front
07/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG49 322: 4000m7.5Eastern Front
07/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG39 263: 1500m15.16Eastern Front
09/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG49 123: 1500m6.46Eastern Front
09/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG49 144: 3000m6.51Eastern Front
09/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG39 262: 2000m6.59Eastern Front
09/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 594: 2000m13.41Eastern Front
10/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 161: 2500m7.25Eastern Front
10/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 272: 2000m7.33Eastern Front
10/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 241: 2500m8Eastern Front
10/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 672: 2000m15.05Eastern Front
10/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 811: 1800m15.18Eastern Front
12/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG59 794: 3000m14.39Eastern Front
12/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Il-2mH.59 784: 800m10.23Eastern Front
12/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Il-2mH.59 783: 200m7.16Eastern Front
15/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 182: 4500m7.36Eastern Front
15/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 144: 4200m8.1Eastern Front
15/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 163: 5000m8.2Eastern Front
20/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG39 611: 500m14.57Eastern Front
20/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra49 312: 3000m8.16Eastern Front
21/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG39 624: 1500m7.21Eastern Front
21/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra49 343: 4000m11.1Eastern Front
22/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG39 434: 5000m9.55Eastern Front
22/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra49 343: 5000m14.08Eastern Front
22/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra49 372: 5000m14.2Eastern Front
24/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 564: 4500m8.1Eastern Front
24/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 534: 2500m8.2Eastern Front
24/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra58 562: 5000m15.2Eastern Front
25/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG57 154: 3000m14.3Eastern Front
25/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG57 151: 4000m14.33Eastern Front
25/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG57 114: 2000m14.35Eastern Front
26/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra39 642: 3500m10.54Eastern Front
29/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra39 522: 1500m10.5Eastern Front
29/10/1943Hptm. Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra-14.51Eastern Front
05/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Jak-149 711: 2000m14.21Eastern Front
06/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG66 734: 1800m7.5Eastern Front
06/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG48 761: 1200m9.47Eastern Front
15/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG39 731: 400m13.5Eastern Front
22/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGGSSE Krinitschki: 2000m12.32Eastern Front
22/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG58 711: 1200m8.42Eastern Front
27/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGGNovo-Nikolayevka: 4000m8.37Eastern Front
27/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGGNW Malaya-Beloserka: 800m9.03Eastern Front
27/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGGPokrovka: 1200m11.26Eastern Front
28/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGGS. Saporoschye: 2000m8.27Eastern Front
29/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGGS. Saporoschye: 2000m8.46Eastern Front
30/11/1943Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGGSE Ysofiyevka: 2000m10.17Eastern Front
26/02/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Il-219 634: 500m12.41Eastern Front
26/02/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Airacobra29 522: 2500m14.37Eastern Front
10/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG80 392: 1000m11.45Eastern Front
12/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 631: 600m8.17Eastern Front
12/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 632: 600m8.19Eastern Front
13/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG70 511: 4500m8.4Eastern Front
13/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG70 520: 3200m8.42Eastern Front
13/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 631: 3000m12.45Eastern Front
15/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 484: 800m15.42Eastern Front
15/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 634: 3200m15.51Eastern Front
17/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG612 60 1500m16.2Eastern Front
19/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 481: 2500m8.57Eastern Front
19/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 481: 2500m8.59Eastern Front
19/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 621: 300m15.17Eastern Front
19/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 661: 300m15.19Eastern Front
21/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG60 462: 3000m15.14Eastern Front
29/03/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Pe-251 723: 2500m [NNE Brody]11.07Eastern Front
15/04/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Jak-735 423: 2000m [NE Sewastopol]10.22Eastern Front
15/04/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52Jak-735 423: 2000m [NE Sewastopol]10.26Eastern Front
16/04/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG35 452: 3000m [E. Sewastopol]16.1Eastern Front
16/04/1944Major Gnther RallStab III.JG 52LaGG35 421: 3000m [E. Sewastopol]16.2Eastern Front
29/04/1944Major Gnther RallStab II.JG 11P-3805 Ost S/FU: 8000m [N. Hannover]11.15Western Front
12/05/1944Major Gnther RallStab II.JG 11P-47--Western Front

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