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Old 13th June 2013, 00:48
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Re: Erwin Laskowski photos?

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Has anyone posted this one?

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Melvin that's a great photo!! Where did you find that???

That I've never seen.

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Jeremy, On his victory on the 09 Nov 1942 I found the following. From 15:00-15:55 (Moscow) 4 Yak-7 of the 271 IAP were covering the front in the region of Zemtsy station - Lomonosovo station. At 15:30 they observed a He 111 and all of them attacked making 8 passes before it went down in the Ostroluki region. It seems they became to focused on their attack and it ended at 15:40. Yak-7 (#820519) on board #1 St. Lt. Georgiy Dmitrievich Pupov was listed MIA on the rest landing.
1./JG 51 Fw. Erwin Laskowski LaGG-3 (7) 13:40 Pl.Qu. 26182

The "Kracker website didn't have a lot of information that seemed correct.
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Re: Erwin Laskowski photos?

Thanks Nokose

I looked through Laskowski's Flugbucher No.2 and it confirms the Quartermaster entry you noted (listing it as a Lagg-3). Laskowski indicated this as his 7th victory and under type of flight he lists "schutz f. He111".

Obviously the fighter protection didn't do a great job of "schutzing" considering the loss of the He111.

Any information as to which unit the He111 belonged too??

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No idea on the He 111 unit shot down or even if it went down. Read to many accounts of escaped at low altitude with severe damage. I'm glad that his log added extra confirmation to the claim.
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