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Old 5th February 2018, 12:50
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Hello,
Hptm. d.R. Sulpiz Traine, DOB 25.06.1879, KIA 30.05.1943 Neapel

Hptm. Traine was from 1915 Pilot on with KG 4 (Kagohl bzw. Bogohl). Shoot down 25.o6.1918 spent rest of War as an PoW in France.

Flying durig WWII as an volunteer with the Luftwaffe in Italy, crashed near Neapel 30. May 1943.

Are their any similar allied pilot of that age during WW II?
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