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Hi people, thought I'd post this. Robert Dannhauser served with Kampfgeschwader 40 as ground crew from Sept '43. They flew He177's equipped with Henschel Hs 293 guided bombs. In late '43 they sunk troop carrier "Rohna". In Jan '45 he was awarded the KVK2 w/s. March '45 he joined Jagdgeschwader 5 on the Eismeerfront. Signature on page 25 is that of Werner Glomb (thanks hucks). Stewy

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