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April 2, 1945

On April 2nd, 1945, the weather further deteriorated: for north-western Germany, the Morning Report of the Luftwaffenführungsstab Ic records the following: “Weather: NW- Germany 10/10 with clouds at 150 – 300 m, later 500 m. Cloud tops at 1.500 m, above … Continue reading

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February 21, 1945

February 21st, 1945, marks the next loss of an aircraft assigned to 10./NJG 11. The circumstances require additional research but so far, it seems as if Fw. Heinrich von Stade put down his (damaged) jet at Prenzlau airfield. The loss … Continue reading

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September 2, 1944

On September 2nd, 1940, the pilots of 10./JG 300 are sent up to intercept a Mosquito. But their target is none of the bombers flying to Berlin almost every night now – it is a reconnaissance aircraft flying high over … Continue reading

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