GP1

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GP1p £64.95 "Photo Signed A Galland LuftwaffePilots Battle of Britain.Black & White Photo Size 5¾ by 4¼ of Adolf Galland ( Centre), Talking to Hitler Personally Signed byGeneral Adolf Galland Luftwaffe WW2 Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter pilot in the Battle of Britain, who fought throughout WW2. General of the Fighters; ace with 104 victories in the west; jet ace with 7 victories"

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Photo Signed Adolf Galland German fighter pilot Top World War II Fighter Ace
Black & White Photo Size 4 ¾ by 6¾ inches of Sommer,Specht, Tank
Personally Signed by General leutnant Adolf Galland,Knight's Cross,Oak - leaves,Swords & Diamonds. Having led a squadron in the Spanish Campaign. Adolf Galland was an experienced Ace by the time World War 11 started. Adolf Galland fought in the Battles of Poland,France and Battle of Britain, leading the Famous JG26 Abbeville Boys in the West. He flew in combat against the RAF's best including Douglas Bader , Bob Stanford - Tuck , Sailor Malan and Johnnie Johnson. In 1941 at the age of 29 was promoted to Inspector General of the Fighter Arm which he held until the end of 1944. In February 1942 The German Leader selected Galland personally to organise and conduct the fighter escort for the spectacular Channel Dash. He became the youngest general in the German high Command was given responsibility for the Fighter Operations in Sicily just before the Allied landings.As Allied air superiority increased he was given responsibility for the Night Fighter Arm but never succeeded in convincing German Leader to concentrate the Luftwaffe's entire effort on air defence. Open disagreements with Goering's tactics led to his dismissal. He reverted to combat flying, forming the famous JV 44 wing flying Me262 jet fighter to become the only General in History to lead a squadron into battle. With 104 Air Victories, all the the West
Backstamped Hergestellt im Bundesarchiv Photo from the German Federal Archive