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Great Thread!

Just out of curiousity is anyone on this thread compiling where we are relative to the 1785+ LW KC winners? Obviously we have a way to go but I am wondering if at some point this thread needs to be broken down into smaller subsets i.e. Jagdflieger, Kampfflieger, Flak, Fallschirmjager, FD, Transportflieger etc., etc.?

Keep them coming.

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Jeremy

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General der Flakartillerie August SCHMIDT

Ritterkreuz (1598): am 13.02.1945 als General der Flakartillerie und Kommandierender General und Befehlshaber im Luftgau VI. (Münster)

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If anyone has a larger photo or other pics of him please let me know as I need some. To clarify I don't necessarily need originals... just copies with permission to use them if possible. beer.gif

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Left: Generaloberst der Luftwaffe Otto Dessloch with Oak Leaves (10-05-1944)) and Major Dr.jur. Maximilian Otte with Oak Leaves (24-03-1944), when the general was visiting the Immelmann Geschwader on 21-04-1944, shortly before Otte was shot down by Russian AA-Art. on 20-05-1944.

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