Lieutenant Colonel Galland, Colonel Mölders, and Major Lützowplatz celebrating Osterkamp's birthday, 16 Apr 1941, photo 2 of 5

Caption     Lieutenant Colonel Galland, Colonel Mölders, and Major Lützowplatz celebrating Osterkamp's birthday, 16 Apr 1941, photo 2 of 5 ww2dbase
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Identification Code   Bild 183-B12018
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Theodor Osterkamp   Main article  Photos  
Adolf Galland   Main article  Photos  
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Photos on Same Day 16 Apr 1941
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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
9 Jan 2015 03:10:12 PM

OVER THE CHANNEL:

Molders let me tell you had a running fight with the Tommies (RAF) damage to my kite thought I'd never see France.
Cloud cover was heavy. Next thing I knew Coming out of the clouds was a RAF fighter badly damaged
flying the wrong way toward France flew formation with him and wrote on my clipboard with an arrow pointing in the opposite direction...England that way. I saluted him, and went our ways...

This event was based on a true story taken from Adolf Galland's book The First and the Last

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