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The Nature of Warfare

Two last Jochen’s photos. Today it’s 70 years from day, that the world lost one of the most amazing flying aces.

Luftwaffe Major - Erich Hartmann aka Bubi,The Blond Knight,The Black Devil,The Black Devil of the South (by the Soviets) - Commands held	I./JG 52 and JG 71, Highest-scoring fighter ace of World War II, and of all time (352 victories)

Erich Alfred Hartmann April 1922 – 20 September nicknamed “Bubi” (the hypocoristic form of “young boy”) by his comrades and “The Black Devil” by his Soviet enemies, was a German World War.

Erich Alfred Hartmann nicknamed "Bubi" and "The Black Devil" (by his Soviet adversaries)  was a German fighter pilot during World War II and is the highest-scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare.

Erich Alfred Hartmann nicknamed "Bubi" and "The Black Devil" (by his Soviet adversaries) was a German fighter pilot during World War II and is the highest-scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare. His record will stand forever and ever.

piety-patience-modesty-distrust: “ Erich Hartmann, 1944 ” pin by Paolo Marzioli

piety-patience-modesty-distrust: “ Erich Hartmann, 1944 ” pin by Paolo Marzioli

Erich Hartmann nicknamed "Bubi" by his comrades and "The Black Devil" by his Soviet adversaries is the most successful fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare. 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.

Erich Hartmann was a German fighter pilot during World War II and is the highest-scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare. He claimed 352 aerial victories.

The tail of the Bf 109 of Hans-Joachim Marseille showing their kills, around August 1942.

The tail of Hans-Joachim Marseille's Bf 109 fighter showing 101 kills, circa Aug 1942

Marseille looks so adorable and young here!

Heaton-Lewis Books - Hans-Joachim Marseille - Autographed books sold by the authors.

Hans Joachim Marseille

✠ Hans-Joachim Marseille December 1919 – 30 September killed in a flying accident.

汉斯·约阿西姆·马尔塞尤

汉斯·约阿西姆·马尔塞尤

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