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Old 22nd February 2020, 07:27
Edward L. Hsiao Edward L. Hsiao is offline
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Question German Advisers To Argentina's Air Force

I know that Werner Baumbach,Adolf Galland,and Hans-Ulrich Rudel all became well known in shaping up Argentina's Air Force after WWII. The question is,can you think of other names of lesser known ex-Luftwaffe pilots that went to Argentina to become advisers with her Air Force? I'm sure that all these German advisors were decorated and paid by Argentina's Government. Any other names?

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