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My Luftwaffe postcards

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    And the great man himself, Oberst Werner Mölders, Inspector of Fighters (this role was orignially called Inspekteur der Jagdflieger for the first three men who held the position, but was redesignated General der Jagdflieger when Mölders assumed the post), and the first man in the world to shoot down 100 aircraft. Ironically he was killed as a passenger on a Heinkel He III, on his way back to Berlin for the state funeral of Ernst Udet.

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    This is an excellent Junkers factory postcard, with technical specs on the rear for the Ju 52. Don't forget, Junkers work is Quality work!

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    Fantastic mate! Love the postcards. I am really a luftwaffe man at heart and I have a nice collection going but I am gonna have to keep my eye out for postcards now!

    I have afew pieces of luftwaffe planes from WW2, just got in a part from a Arado Ar234 that bombed the ludendorf bridge at Remagen (Ofw. Friedrich Bruchlos of 8./KG 76 (F1+AS) was hit by ground fire from 634th AAA AW Battalion, US Army, the crew being that of Number 2 Gun of the First Platoon of Battery B, based at Erpel.

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    Here's another one of the Focke-Wulf Fw 189 Uhu

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    Whilst not strictly a Luftwaffe aircraft, I feel it belongs here. The mighty LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin

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    Heinkel He 70 Blitz

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    Next up is my Focke-Wulf Fw 190A

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    Great collection Troy,
    thanks for posting

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    The oh-so-MIGHTY Dornier Do X. Twelve engines, go on, count 'em, TWELVE! The Do X was the largest, heaviest, and most powerful flying boat in the world when it was produced by the Dornier company of Germany in 1929. First conceived by Dr. Claudius Dornier in 1924, planning started in late 1925 and after over 240,000 work hours it was completed in June 1929. From Wiki: Dornier Do X - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Next up is my Kampflugzeug Dornier Do 17, known as the Fliegender Bleistift (Flying pencil) - Dornier Do 17 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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