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Date Listed 17-Oct-16
Address Reginald Bart Dr, Kingston, ON K7K 0E7, Canada
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This framed and double matted print (274 out of 500), complete with Certificate of Authenticity and signed by aces such as Walter Krupinski and Erich Rudorffer, shows Dolfo Galland leading a schwarm of BF109s out low at tree top height over the Kent countryside after doing battle with spitfires, during the last week of August 1940. This remarkable pilot was awarded the Knights Cross on the 15th August, the Oak leaves on the 23rd September, crossed Swords in June 1941 and the Diamonds to the Knights Cross in January 1942. At the end of 1941 aged only 29 he was promoted Inspector General of the Fighter Arm. As the youngest General in the German High Command he held this post until 1944, after open disagreements with Goring let to his dismissal. Reverting to combat flying he formed the legendary JV-44, flying the ME262 jet fighter. His score by wars end stood at 104 all on the western Front. He was the only General to lead a squadron into battle.
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