Two of the most remarkable fighter leaders of all time - Erich Hartmann, the highest scoring fighter pilot in history, and Adolf Galland, who flew through the Battle of Britain, led the famous ‘Abbeville Boys’ Me109s, became commander of all Luftwaffe day and night fighters, was
deposed by Goering, reprieved by Hitler, and commanded the famous JG-44 jet fighter wing.
In two and a half years of operations Erich Hartmann flew over 1400 operational missions, ending WWI as Gruppen Kommandeur of 1./JG 52 with the incredible total of 352 air victories. He is the highest scoring fighter pilot of all time - a record unlikely ever to be surpassed.
Mat size: 17½" x 13½"
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Artwork by Darryl Legg
Signatures - General Adolf Galland & Oberst Erich Hartmann