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Old 26th August 2014, 07:35
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Seeking info on career of Oblt. Hans Jurgen von Dvenning, Sta Kap of 3./StG76 as of 01.09.39

Hello,

Marius Emmerling lists this man as the Sta Kap of 3./StG 76 at the beginning of the Polish Campaign. I can't find any reference to him elsewhere. Does anyone know anything about this career and how long he served with 3./StG76?
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This thread is here to provide a single point of reference for all questions and answers about the Axis side of the EoE project. (Carry on posting as normal about Allied questions on the Allied/Soviet forum).
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Old 2nd September 2014, 20:42
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Re: The Eagles Over Europe Project

Nick,

Thanx for the work that went into transfering the EoE Project Posts to a new subheader. I had no idea that it ran to 31 pages.

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Old 2nd September 2014, 23:13
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I had no idea that it ran to 31 pages.

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I've only transferred the ones since 1 May 2014 so far — you've been busier than you think!
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Old 3rd September 2014, 17:53
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Re: The Eagles Over Europe Project

Hello,

Seeking first name of pilot from Stab KG77 that FL his Do17E in Germany during Polish Campaign on 03.09.39: Oberlt [ ] Kaschna.

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I have Olt Willy Kaschner instead of Kaschna.

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Re: The Eagles Over Europe Project

Matti,

Thanx. That must be the man.
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This thread is here to provide a single point of reference for all questions and answers about the Axis side of the EoE project. (Carry on posting as normal about Allied questions on the Allied/Soviet forum).
Yep, Good idea ...
I was just looking for one plane, thinking F19Gladiator made a comment ... Just 31 pages to scroll down ... Brillant idea!
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Mmmmm, all the subjects in one string......not a good idea imho. Rather would have the different subjects seperate under one folder....
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