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ouidjat 27th June 2013 03:44

Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source
 
Hi Marc,

There is a problem here!!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/28092068@N03/9134691305/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/28092068@N03/8964323028/

Cheers, Franck.

Marc-André Haldimann 27th June 2013 07:29

Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source
 
Thanks Franck! The second is the good one... My mistake; with 2700+ pics, I keep on forgetting that some I find now are already onboard;-))

Cheers
Marc

ouidjat 28th June 2013 10:50

Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source
 
Hi Marc and Gents,

http://www.flickr.com/photos/28092068@N03/9154893650/
auction here:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/RV-Jagdflugze...item51aeb37722

Bf 109 G-5, 9./JG 11 in Oldenburg. See LiF N°14, 2008, page 9.

Good flight Marc!
If I dare:
Since you're going in Colorado, can you go a little bit more southern, pay a visit to little Canyon area, visit Hopi territory and bring me back a KATSINA doll as souvenir?
Thank you very much ... for your understanding :D

Cheers to you both.

Franck.

PS: for this special circonstance I did change my avatar for a Katsina doll which stands in Phoenix museum: The JOKER!

Marc-André Haldimann 28th June 2013 11:08

Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source
 
Great Franck!

Thanks very much. As for the doll, will stay north, by the Anaszasi's and the Navajos...

Cheers
Marc

rediron 14th July 2013 19:17

Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Marc-André Haldimann (Post 134844)
Hi there gang,

I started some ten months ago to reference and put online all known late war Bf 109 pictures which Werk Nummer are known; I took great care to give the reference when known.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/28092068@N03/

They are all sorted out by subtypes to the best of my knowledge. The result is not really impressive: less then 400 W.Nr. known machines are illustrated out of the 10'000+ built. This leaves plenty of room for improvement, isn' it? All inputs are most welcome.

Finally, if you do feel a copyright has been infringed, please let me know and I will remove the pics from public view.

Cheers
Marc

Hi.
A comment on the first photo that shows in the link -Nice picture of a Bf with two pllots sitting on the fowling but perhaps more importantly the guy in back is Erich Hartmann.
Later
Rediron

ChrisS 14th July 2013 21:55

Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source
 
Why do you say that? Physical resemblance or based on knowledge that Hartmann was at Mostar at the time?

:)

ouidjat 14th July 2013 22:10

Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by rediron (Post 169684)
Hi.
A comment on the first photo that shows in the link -Nice picture of a Bf with two pllots sitting on the fowling but perhaps more importantly the guy in back is Erich Hartmann.
Later
Rediron

Rediron,

Welcome down there. But instead of giving the general link, are you able to give the picture you're talking about link?

It will be better for all members and will help them to understand your meaning.

Regards, Franck.

Marc-André Haldimann 14th July 2013 23:27

Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source
 
If not mistaken, Rediron, you're talking about this picture which, to my knowledge, does show Lt. Troebs from 1./NAGr 12 in Mostar. Here is the full caption of that pic, and sorry, Franck, I can't post the link from my smartphone... You'll find it easily in the Mostar set...

Bf 109 G-6/R2/Trop W.Nr. unknown "Weisse ?", Lt. Troebs, 1./NAGr. 12, Mostar, Spring 1944. Source: Collection Troebs via Mombeek 1997, p. 116.

Now which guy is Hartmann?

Cheers
Marc

rediron 15th July 2013 03:57

Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Marc-André Haldimann (Post 169697)
If not mistaken, Rediron, you're talking about this picture which, to my knowledge, does show Lt. Troebs from 1./NAGr 12 in Mostar. Here is the full caption if that pic, and sorry, Franck, I can't post the link from my smartphone... You'll find it easily in the Mostar set...

Bf 109 G-6/R2/Trop W.Nr. unknown "Weisse ?", Lt. Troebs, 1./NAGr. 12, Mostar, Spring 1944. Source: Collection Troebs via Mombeek 1997, p. 116.

Now which guy is Hartmann?

Cheers
Marc

Hi, I just went back and researched.photos of Hartmann, and I believe I was mistaken. At first look, it sure looked like him. Yes, that is the photo, and I am sorry for the mistake. The post was based on looks, not on knowledge. Of his location at the time. There is an excellent biography out there called "The Blond Knight of Germany". GREAT book.Later

ouidjat 15th July 2013 08:04

Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source
 
Ah the first and only photo which appears when NOT loginin!!!
I look for a fowling ....
OK.
The man back is most probably Troebs Wart, No? But Hartmann, no way.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/2809206...n/photostream/

Regards, Franck.


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