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Sturmböcke in the East

For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Thread starter Udet Start date Dec 30, Correct me if necessary please: Furthermore, if I recall correctly it was still in early January? Does anyone happen to know when were the Sturm units moved east and which units did the change comprise? gisbeft

Did the Sturm fighters were use as ordinary fighters against the VVS? Any further input will be very greatly appreciated. Erich the old Sage. Udet you are correct!

Some SturmFw’s remained in both these units and there was an influence of regular A-9’s equipped with 4 2cm weapons as well as being unarmored. JG and JG stayed behind in the west and yes JG scored some notable victories agasint US bomber formations, notably 14 of January 45, but in turn were really hit hard Dispite my Oxford education and cultured breeding, can some tell me what VVS means?

Thanks chum Erich, no chance you sending me a free signed copy of your next book? Not in Nova Scotia! I will be glad to increase your already vast culture: For one moment I had forgotten you were a member of the forum. Thanks a lot for the input! Another question raises, are there any records on the performance of the Sturm units in the eastern front? If the heavy bombers were to some extent “easy” victims much larger and heavily defended targets the Shturmoviks surely made even easier preys.


Over all the sturm pilots in JG 3 were lost to Soviet Flak. My friend Oskar Bosch still flew his black 14 and then later black 13 on the Ost front. He was to be almost immediately captured By the Soviets and held in captivity for several days till he escaped and was taken by friendly W-SS truppen.

Sent to the back Oskar made his way on foot back to his home in Austria. Hmm, never heard of a Russian in Mexico I have – a bloke called Trotsky – had a disagreement with an ice-pick whilst he was south of the border Yes, that must have stung a bit. Speaking of stinging, pray u dont EVER see one of these at the beach It seems like you require an urgent update on immigration issues in Mexico.

The Russian immigration to Mexico City was calculated around 65, people only in Of the several Philarmonic orchestras of Mexico City, I can tell you at least half of the musicians on each one of such orchestras are Russians or coming from other former soviet republics.

Furthermore, do you know where the Yucatan peninsula is located? See the map of Mexico and you will see the country has a “hook” kind of shape.


Well, the Yucatan peninsula would be the “sharp” end of the hook. All this to tell you, far more Cubans flee Mr. Curiously you never see that in the news. Mexico City is far more distant from La Habana than Yucatan is.

I have lots of historical books on Alexander, as well as a few excellent novels. My spanish has improved dramatically in recent months, then I came across a very good library here and bought me a novel 2 volumes on Alexander; the author is a German guy: Virtually of his same age, and also part of the macedonian nobility; also educated by Aristotle along with Alexander and the other boys of the macedonian nobility.

The other side of the coin was Cratero Craterus in English ; although being part of the inner circle of Gisgert, he was very close to the troops. The macedonian infantry loved him for sharing the bonfire with them, eating with them. Then Mr Haefs tells it was a haets said for the macedonian troops: Actually, I know where the Yucatan is, I live in California!

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