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Hans-Joachim Marseille

Victories : 158
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Country : Germany
Fought in : WW2
Fought for : Axis
Died : 30th September 1942

This pilot scored 5 or more victories during the Battle of Britain, 10th July - 31st October 1940.

Awarded the Knights Cross of the Iron CrossAwarded Oak Leaves to the Knights CrossAwarded Swords to the Knights CrossAwarded Diamonds to the Knights Cross
Knights
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Oak LeavesSwordsDiamonds

Hauptmann Hans-Joachim Marseille was born 13 December 1919. He was a German Luftwaffe fighter pilot and flying ace during World War II. He is noted for his aerial battles during the North African Campaign and his bohemian lifestyle. Arguably one of the best fighter pilots of World War II, he was nicknamed the "Star of Africa". Marseille claimed all but seven of his "official" 158 victories against the British Commonwealth's Desert Air Force over North Africa, flying the Messerschmitt Bf 109 fighter for his entire combat career. No other pilot claimed as many Western Allied aircraft as Marseille.

Marseille, of French Huguenot ancestry, joined the Luftwaffe in 1938. At the age of 20 he graduated from one of the Luftwaffe's fighter pilot schools just in time to participate in the Battle of Britain, without notable success. A charming person, he had such a busy night life that sometimes he was too tired to be allowed to fly the next morning. As a result, he was transferred to another unit, which relocated to North Africa in April 1941.

Battle of Britain

In his first dogfight over England on 24 August 1940, Marseille was involved in a four-minute battle with a skilled opponent, He defeated his opponent by pulling up into a tight chandelle, to gain an altitude advantage before diving and firing. The British fighter was struck in the engine, pitching over and diving into the English Channel; this was Marseille's first kill. Marseille was then engaged from above by more enemy fighters. By pushing his aircraft into a steep dive then pulling up metres above the water, Marseille escaped from the machine gun fire of his opponents: "skipping away over the waves, I made a clean break. No one followed me and I returned to Leeuwarden."

Marseille did not take any pleasure in this kill and found it difficult to accept the realities of aerial combat. In a letter to his mother, dated 24 August, he said the following:

“Today I shot down my first opponent. It does not sit well with me. I keep thinking how the mother of this young man must feel when she gets the news of her son's death. And I am to blame for this death. I am sad, instead of being happy about the first victory.”

On his second sortie, he scored another victory, and by the fifth day had claimed his fourth kill. While returning from a bomber-escort mission on 23 September 1940, his engine failed after combat damage sustained over Dover; he tried to radio his position but was forced to bail out over the sea. He paddled around in the water for three hours before being rescued by a Heinkel He 59 float plane based at Schellingwoude. Severely worn out and suffering from exposure, he was sent to a field hospital.

Marseille claimed his 7th aerial victory on 28 September 1940 but had to crash land near Théville due to engine failure in his Bf 109 E-7. Days later, Marseille was passed over for promotion and was now the sole Fähnrich in the Geschwader. This was a humiliation for him, suspecting that his abilities were being suppressed so the squadron leaders could take all the glory in the air.

Another account recalled how Marseille once ignored an order to turn back from a fight when outnumbered by two to one, but seeing an enemy aircraft closing on his wing leader, Marseille broke formation and shot the attacking aircraft down. Expecting nothing but "a well done Jochen" when he landed, he was thoroughly criticised for his actions, receiving three days of confinement for failing to carry out an order.

Shortly afterwards, in early October 1940, after having claimed seven aerial victories all them flying with I. /LG 2 Marseille was transferred to 4./Jagdgeschwader 52, flying alongside the likes of Johannes Steinhoff and Gerhard Barkhorn. He wrote off four aircraft as a result of operations during this period. Steinhoff, later recalled:

“Marseille was extremely handsome. He was a very gifted pilot, but he was unreliable. He had girl friends everywhere, and they kept him so busy that he was sometimes so worn out that he had to be grounded. His sometime irresponsible way of conducting his duties was the main reason I fired him. But he had irresistible charm.”

As punishment for "insubordination"—rumoured to be his penchant for American jazz music, womanising and an overt "playboy" lifestyle—and inability to fly as a wingman, Steinhoff transferred Marseille to Jagdgeschwader 27 on 24 December 1940. When he joined his new unit, it was difficult to foresee his outstanding career. His new Gruppenkommandeur, Eduard Neumann, later recalled:

“His hair was too long and he brought with him a list of disciplinary punishments as long as your arm. Of the 7 kills he had claimed fighting along the English Channel, 4 had not been confirmed – a large percentage. On top of it all, he was a Berliner… In trying to create an image, he wasn’t averse from talking about the many girls he had been to bed with, among them a famous actress. He was tempestuous, temperamental and unruly. Thirty years later, he would have been called a playboy.”

Nevertheless, Neumann quickly recognised Marseille's potential as a pilot. He stated in an interview: "Marseille could only be one of two, either a disciplinary problem or a great fighter pilot." Jagdgeschwader 27 was soon relocated to North Africa.

Under the guidance of his new commander, who recognised the hidden potential in the young officer, Marseille started to improve his abilities as a fighter pilot. He reached the zenith of his fighter pilot career on 1 September 1942, when during the course of three combat sorties he claimed 17 enemy fighters shot down, earning him the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords, and Diamonds. Only 29 days later, Marseille was killed in a flying accident, when an engine failure forced him to abandon his fighter. After he exited the smoke-filled cockpit, Marseille's chest struck the vertical stabiliser of his aircraft, either killing him instantly, or incapacitating him so that he was unable to open his parachute.

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The 73 Sqn Hurricane of Sqn Ldr Derek Ward is shown having received fatal strikes from the guns of  Bf 109 F-4  flown by the 'Star of Africa' Hauptmann Hans-Joachim Marseilles of 3/JG27 on 17th June 1942. Ward was Marseilles' third victim in this single action when he returned to the combat zone to cover the safe descent by parachute of the German ace's first two victories, both of whom had been shot down within seconds of each other. Victory over Africa by Ivan Berryman.Click For DetailsB0415

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Hans-Joachim Marseille

Squadrons for : Hans-Joachim Marseille
A list of all squadrons known to have been served with by Hans-Joachim Marseille. A profile page is available by clicking the squadron name.
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JG27

Country : Germany
'Ace of Hearts'

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JG27

Jagdgeschwader 27 Afrika was a World War II Luftwaffe Geschwader. It was most famous for service in the North African Campaign, supporting the Deutsches Afrikakorps.

Commanders of IV./JG 27

Hauptmann Rudolf Sinner, June 1943
Oberleutnant Dietrich Boesler (acting), September 1943
Oberleutnant Alfred Burk (acting), October 1943
Hauptmann Joachim Kirschner, 18 October 1943
Hauptmann Otto Meyer, 1 February 1943
Hauptmann Hanns-Heinz Dudeck, July 1944
Hauptmann Ernst-Wilhelm Reinert, 2 January 1945

JG52

Country : Germany
'Ace of Hearts'

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JG52

The most successful Luftwaffe fighter-wing of World War II, with a claim total of more than 10,000 victories over enemy aircraft. It was home to the top three scoring Experten of the Luftwaffe, Erich Hartmann, Gerhard Barkhorn and Günther Rall. The unit flew the various marks of the Messerschmitt Bf 109 exclusively through the war.

LG2

Country : Germany
'Ace of Hearts'

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LG2

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Aircraft for : Hans-Joachim Marseille
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Me109



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Manufacturer : Messerschmitt
Production Began : 1937
Retired : 1945
Number Built : 33984

Me109

Willy Messerschmitt designed the BF109 during the early 1930s. The Bf109 was one of the first all metal monocoque construction fighters with a closed canopy and retractable undercarriage. The engine of the Me109 was a V12 aero engine which was liquid-cooled. The Bf109 first saw operational service during the Spanish Civil War and flew to the end of World War II, during which time it was the backbone of the Luftwaffe fighter squadrons. During the Battle of Britian the Bf109 was used in the role of an escort fighter, a role for which it was not designed for, and it was also used as a fighter bomber. During the last days of May 1940 Robert Stanford-Tuck, the RAF ace, got the chance to fly an Me109 which they had rebuilt after it had crash landed. Stanford-Tuck found out that the Me109 was a wonderful little plane, it was slightly faster than the Spitfire, but lacked the Spitfire manoeuvrability. By testing the Me109, Tuck could put himself inside the Me109 when fighting them, knowing its weak and strong points. With the introduction of the improved Bf109F in the spring of 1941, the type again proved to be an effective fighter during the invasion of Yugoslavia and during the Battle of Crete and the invasion of Russia and it was used during the Siege of the Mediteranean island of Malta. The Bf109 was the main fighter for the Luftwaffe until 1942 when the Fw190 entered service and shared this position, and was partially replaced in Western Europe, but the Me109 continued to serve on the Eastern Front and during the defence of the Reich against the allied bombers. It was also used to good effect in the Mediterranean and North Africa in support of The Africa Korps. The Me109 was also supplied to several German allies, including Finland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Slovakia. The Bf109 scored more kills than any other fighter of any country during the war and was built in greater numbers with a total of over 31,000 aircraft being built. The Bf109 was flown by the three top German aces of the war war. Erich Hartmann with 352 victories, Gerhard Barkhorn with 301 victories and Gunther Rall with 275 kills. Bf109 pilots were credited with the destruction of 100 or more enemy aircraft. Thirteen Luftwaffe Aces scored more than 200 kills. Altogether this group of pilots were credited with a total of nearly 15,000 kills, of which the Messerschmitt Bf109 was credited with over 10,000 of these victories. The Bf109 was the most produced warplane during World War II, with 30,573 examples built during the war, and the most produced fighter aircraft in history, with a total of 33,984 units produced up to April 1945. Bf109s remained in foreign service for many years after World War II. The Swiss used their Bf109Gs well into the 1950s. The Finnish Air Force did not retire their Bf109Gs until March 1954. Romania used its Bf109s until 1955. The Spanish Hispanos flew even longer. Some were still in service in the late 1960s.

Known Victory Claims - Hans-Joachim Marseille

DATE

PILOT

UNIT

JG

CLAIMED

LOCATION

TIME

FRONT

24/08/1940Fhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille1.(J)LG 2SpitfireKent-Western Front
02/09/1940Fhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille1.(J)LG 2SpitfireDetling-Western Front
08/09/1940Fhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille1.(J)LG 2Spitfire-9.4Western Front
11/09/1940Fhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille3.(J)LG 2SpitfireSüdostengland17.05Western Front
15/09/1940Fhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille1.(J)LG 2HurricaneThemsemündung-Western Front
18/09/1940Fhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille3.(J)LG 2SpitfireSüdostengland-Western Front
27/09/1940Fhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille3.(J)LG 2HurricaneLondon-Western Front
28/09/1940Fhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille3.(J)LG 2SpitfireSüdostengland-Western Front
23/04/1941Ofhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricaneüber Tobruk12.5Western Front
28/04/1941Ofhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27BlenheimN. Tobruk9.25Western Front
01/05/1941Ofhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane5km SE Tobruk9.25Western Front
01/05/1941Ofhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane18km S. Tobruk9.15Western Front
17/06/1941Ofhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneNE Gambut17.15Western Front
17/06/1941Ofhr. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane15km SE Sidi Omar18.45Western Front
28/08/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane3km NW Sidi Barrani18Western Front
09/09/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneSE Bardia17.12Western Front
09/09/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneSE Bardia17.18Western Front
13/09/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneS. Bardia17.25Western Front
14/09/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneS. El Sofafi17.46Western Front
24/09/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Martin 167Gambut13.3Western Front
24/09/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneBuq Buq16.45Western Front
24/09/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneBuq Buq16.47Western Front
24/09/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneBuq Buq16.51Western Front
24/09/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneBuq Buq17Western Front
12/10/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40Bir Sheferzan8.12Western Front
12/10/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40Bir Sheferzan8.15Western Front
05/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane-15.25Western Front
06/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneSSE El Adem12.1Western Front
06/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27HurricaneS. El Adem12.25Western Front
07/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane20km W. Sidi Omar9.3Western Front
08/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4020-25km SE El Adem8.15Western Front
10/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40SE El Adem8.5Western Front
11/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40SE Tmimi9.3Western Front
13/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40NE Martuba16Western Front
13/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-405km NE Tmimi16.1Western Front
17/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40WNW Martuba11.1Western Front
17/12/1941Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40S. Bucht von Gazala11.28Western Front
08/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40ENE Martuba8.22Western Front
08/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4020km N. Martuba8.25Western Front
08/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40NW Bomba-Bucht14.2Western Front
08/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40NE Bomba-Bucht14.3Western Front
12/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4010km NW Tobruk13.3Western Front
12/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4020km NW Tobruk13.32Western Front
12/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4023km NW Tobruk13.33Western Front
12/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4035km WNW Tobruk13.36Western Front
13/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane20km SE Tobruk9.2Western Front
13/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane23km ESE Tobruk9.25Western Front
15/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-403km WSW Gambut13Western Front
15/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-405km SW Gambut13.03Western Front
21/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4010km W. Fort Acroma12.1Western Front
21/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4020km NE Fort Acroma12.18Western Front
27/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4010km ENE Ain-el-Gazala12Western Front
27/02/1942Ltn. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4010km ENE Fort Acroma12.12Western Front
25/04/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-462km N. Ain-el-Gazala10.06Western Front
25/04/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4610km N. Ain-el-Gazala10.08Western Front
10/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane25km SE Martuba9.13Western Front
10/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane25km SE Martuba9.15Western Front
13/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4016km SE Ain-el-Gazala10.1Western Front
13/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4014km ESE Gazala-Bucht10.15Western Front
16/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4020km E. Ain-el-Gazala18.05Western Front
16/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-463km E. Fort Acroma18.15Western Front
19/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-468km SW Fort Acroma7.2Western Front
19/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-465km S. Fort Acroma7.3Western Front
23/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27DB-73km SE Hafen Tobruk11.05Western Front
23/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27DB-74km SE Hafen Tobruk11.06Western Front
30/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Kittyhawk1km NW El Adem6.05Western Front
31/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-405km W. Bir-el-Harmat7.26Western Front
31/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-408km W. Bir-el-Harmat7.28Western Front
31/05/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4010km SW Fort Acroma7.34Western Front
01/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4020km ENE El-Cheimar19.15Western Front
03/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-403km W. Bir Hacheim12.22Western Front
03/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-405km W. Bir Hacheim12.25Western Front
03/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-405km W. Bir Hacheim12.27Western Front
03/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-407km W. Bir Hacheim12.28Western Front
03/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4010km W. Bir Hacheim12.29Western Front
03/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-407km W. Bir Hacheim12.33Western Front
07/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40SW El Adem16.1Western Front
07/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4010km NE El Adem16.13Western Front
10/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-405km NW Mteifel Chebir7.35Western Front
10/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-406km NE Mteifel Chebir7.41Western Front
10/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-406km E. Mteifel Chebir7.45Western Front
10/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-406km ENE Mteifel Chebir7.5Western Front
11/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-40SW El Adem16.25Western Front
11/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane18km NW El Adem16.35Western Front
13/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-405km W. El Adem18.1Western Front
13/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-403km NW El Adem18.11Western Front
13/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-402km NNE El Adem18.14Western Front
13/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane3km ENE El Adem18.15Western Front
15/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-406km NW El Adem18.01Western Front
15/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-404km NNW El Adem18.02Western Front
15/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-408km NE El Adem18.04Western Front
15/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-403km NNE El Adem18.06Western Front
16/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane17km SW El Adem18.02Western Front
16/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-405km E. El Adem18.1Western Front
16/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-405km NNE El Adem18.11Western Front
16/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4010km N. El Adem18.13Western Front
17/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-405km W. Gambut12.02Western Front
17/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-403km W. Gambut12.04Western Front
17/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-404km SW Gambut12.05Western Front
17/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane6km SW Gambut12.08Western Front
17/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane2km S. Gambut12.09Western Front
17/06/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27SpitfireSE Sidi Omar12.12Western Front
31/08/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane23km SSE El-Alamein10.03Western Front
31/08/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Hurricane26km SSE El-Alamein10.04Western Front
31/08/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire15km E. El-Alamein18.25Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4018km SSE El-Imayid8.26Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4020km SSE El-Imayid8.28Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4020km SSE El-Imayid8.35Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire20km SSE El-Imayid8.39Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4020km S. Alam-el-Halfa10.55Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4015km SE Alam-el-Halfa10.56Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4010km SE Alam-el-Halfa10.58Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4015km SE Alam-el-Halfa10.59Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-407km ESE Alam-el-Halfa11.01Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4012km E. Alam-el-Halfa11.02Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4020km E. Alam-el-Halfa11.03Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4023km E. Alam-el-Halfa11.05Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-407km S. El-Imayid17.47Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-408km S. El-Imayid17.48Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-406km SE El-Imayid17.49Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-409km SSE El-Imayid17.5Western Front
01/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-407km SSW El-Imayid17.53Western Front
02/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4625km SE El-Imayid9.16Western Front
02/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4630km SSE El-Imayid9.18Western Front
02/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire10km S. El-Imayid9.24Western Front
02/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4620km SE El-Alamein15.18Western Front
02/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4618km SE El-Alamein15.21Western Front
03/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4625km SW El-Hammam7.2Western Front
03/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire27km SW El-Hammam7.23Western Front
03/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire30km SW El-Hammam7.28Western Front
03/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-46über El-Imayid15.08Western Front
03/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire2km SW El-Imayid15.1Western Front
03/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4640km SSE El-Alamain15.42Western Front
05/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire13km SE El-Alamein10.48Western Front
05/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27SpitfireSE El-Alamein10.49Western Front
05/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27SpitfireSSE El-Imayid10.51Western Front
05/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-46SSE El-Imayid11Western Front
06/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-46SE El-Alamein17.03Western Front
06/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-46SSW El-Alamein17.14Western Front
06/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-46SSW El-Alamein17.16Western Front
06/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27SpitfireSSW El-Alamein17.2Western Front
07/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-46SE El-Alamein17.43Western Front
07/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4610km SW El-Hammam17.45Western Front
11/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4615km SE El-Alamein7.4Western Front
11/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-465km WSW El-Imayid7.42Western Front
15/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4625km SW El-Alamein16.51Western Front
15/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4628km SW El-Alamein16.53Western Front
15/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4627km SW El-Alamein16.54Western Front
15/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4626km SW El-Alamein16.57Western Front
15/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4620km SW El-Alamein16.59Western Front
15/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4618km SW El-Alamein17.01Western Front
15/09/1942Oblt. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4619km SW El-Alamein17.02Western Front
26/09/1942Hptm. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Curtiss P-4012km SW El-Alamein9.1Western Front
26/09/1942Hptm. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire14km SW El-Alamein9.13Western Front
26/09/1942Hptm. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire15km SW El-Alamein9.15Western Front
26/09/1942Hptm. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire15km SW El-Alamein9.16Western Front
26/09/1942Hptm. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27SpitfireSW El-Imayid16.56Western Front
26/09/1942Hptm. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire10km SSE El-Imayid16.59Western Front
26/09/1942Hptm. Hans-Joachim Marseille3JG 27Spitfire10km S. El-Hammam17.1Western Front

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