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eMedals-A Luftwaffe Wehrpass to Fighter Wing 134 “Horst Wessel”

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A Luftwaffe Wehrpass to Fighter Wing 134 “Horst Wessel”



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A Luftwaffe Wehrpass to Fighter Wing 134 “Horst Wessel”

A Luftwaffe Wehrpass to Fighter Wing 134 “Horst Wessel” - LW Wehrpass and Pilots License, very fine. Footnote: Adolf Bentram, a Pilot of Fighter Wing 134 “Horst Wessel”. He was born October 6, 1916 in Germany’s Rhineland. He began his military service in 1936 and received training with the 134th Fighter Wing in Dusseldorf. Between 1938 and 1939 he had two more terms at flying schools and received his Pilot’s badge. He later served with the Jüterbog Aircraft Transfer Group moving newly build fighter planes from factories in Germany to front-line bases. In 1942 he was promoted to Feldwebel, and in 1945 to Oberfeldwebel while serving in Russia, and by the end of the war flying missions over Hungary. On January 24, 1944 he suffered a concussion and bruising while on a mission in Russia.
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