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François SAEZ

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  1. The one you refer to, was awarded with a doc by HG if my memory serves me well and was in Gold with a blue stone
  2. U-471

    Many thanks Ben, that helps a lot
  3. Hi all, I am looking for pics of this emblem (elephant with umbrella) worn on side caps or visor caps Thanks
  4. I had this one as KM but I can not identify it, any idea?
  5. Makers?

    I guess it was a male and a female as they are now 3
  6. I was told they were for nazis? TMC
  7. Fran?ois is one of the most knowledgeable people in the field of Luftwaffe awards out there. A true gentleman as Gordon points out.

  8. Emblems of the LW in Spain

    He-111B-25-43-from-1-K88
  9. with the white jacket Major M?ncheberg, Joachim * 31.12.1918 Friedrichshof, Krs. Dramburg + 23.03.1943 s?dwestlich Maknassy/Tunesien Ritterkreuz am: 14.09.1940 als: Oberleutnant Funktion: Staffelkapit?n 7./JG 26 "Schlageter" 12. Eichenlaub am: 07.05.1941 als Oberleutnant Staffelkapit?n 7./JG 26 "Schlageter" 19. Schwerter am: 09.09.1942 als Hauptmann stellv. Kommodore JG 51 "M?lder" http://www.das-ritterkreuz.de/index_search...earchword=munch big boy in the middle Generalfeldmarschall Sperrle, Hugo * 07.02.1885 Ludwigsburg + 02.04.1953 M?nchen Ritterkreuz am: 17.05.1940 als: General der Flieger Funktion: Chef Luftflotte 3 http://www.das-ritterkreuz.de/index_search...;searchword=spe
  10. Like all uniform/ equipement parts used by civilians after the war (pull over, shirts, ties ...), braces are not easy to find but they are so typical - I refer to the braces for flying pants
  11. darkness condition, night ........... yup 2 small batteries in the body of the pencil
  12. more typical (IMO) from early war (bombers, reco and stukas) it seems they were also used on U-boats, see "Torpedo los" by G. Williamson
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