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Hans Joachim Marseille German Pilot Hans-Joachim Marseille seen here in the cockpit of his fighter Messerschmitt Bf-109F-4 in Libya, he had completed 382 sorties, with 7 kills during the battle of Britain and in North Africa, he was Awarded the Knight's Cross with oak leaves, swords and diamonds, on the day of his death September 30th 1942, he was officially recorded at 158 victories with 151 in North Africa and 7 during the Battle of Britain this photo was taken on 1st June 1942.

Messerschmitt Bf 109E - Adolf Galland during assignment with Jagdgeschwader 26 (JG 26) Schlageter.

Hans-Joachim Marseille

Antoine de St. Exupery, in the cockpit of an American P-38 Lightning, in the days before his disappearance during a recon mission on behalf of the Free French Air Force in July, 1944.

Ernst Scheufele (died 2010) was a Luftwaffe fighter ace during WWII, attached to JG 5. He was credited with 18 victories. Ernst Scheufele with a puppy on a Messerschmitt fighter Bf.109

Luftwaffe Ace Werner Molders was the first pilot with 100 aerial victories in…

Soldiers from the US 89th Infantry Division cross the Rhine River from St.Goar to St.Goarshausen in assault boats under German fire, 26th March 1945. Photographer's note: "I drew an assault boat to cross in - just my luck. We all tried to crawl under each other, the lead was flying around like hail." (Colourised by Royston Leonard)

Battle of Britain Aces Adolf Galland in the cockpit, Stanford Tuck and Douglas Bader. Fl Lt Pete Thorn from the Battle of Britain Memorial flight nearest on the ground and Peter Rushen Ground Crew behind him. The venue the 1978 Bex air show in Switzerland and the Spitfire a Mk V AB910.

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