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Old 28th March 2009, 11:53
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Uffz. Hans Heinrich Nauwede Jasta 67

On 3. Oktober 1918 Uffz. Nauwede was shoot down by the US 6th Baloon Company, he crashed his Fokker D VII within the US troops. He became an PoW by the members of the 6th Baloon Company and members from the US-Signal Corps recorded the complete scene by film and normal phographes(?) Where are this unique documents holt today? (Dayton, OH?) Thank you for support!!!
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