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Adolf "Dolfo" Joseph Ferdinand Galland (19 Mar 1912 – 9 Feb 1996) was a German Luftwaffe general and flying ace redited with shooting down five or more enemy aircraft during aerial combat.[3] He flew 705 combat missions, and fought on the Western and the Defense of the Reich fronts. On four occasions he survived being shot down, and he was credited with 104 aerial victories, all of them against the Western Allies.

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from WW2DB

[Photo] Adolf Galland in his flying gear with his dog, ‘Schweinebauch’ (Pork Belly), Audembert, France 1940.

Adolf Galland in his flying gear with his dog, ‘Schweinebauch’ (Pork Belly), Audembert, France 1940.

from Mail Online

The smile of a stern-faced hero: Rare footage of WW2 fighter ace Douglas Bader walking with false legs shown for first time

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Lieutenant Colonel Adolf Galland with a cigar and a Lieutenant Colonel Werner Mölders among others, surrounded by other Luftwaffe officers standing on the porch of the Reich Chancellery.

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