German - Luftwaffe

     
 
German - Luftwaffe
 
     

A Squadron of Spitfires!

A Squadron of Spitfires!
At the height of the Battle of Britain in 1940 Chief of the Luftwaffe, Hermann Goering was becoming increasingly impatient with his air force's inability!
Product number: LW048 - King and Country
114,66 EUR

Werner Molder's Messerschmitt Bf109 "Emil"

Werner Molder's Messerschmitt Bf109 "Emil"
This "E" model 109 is in the personal markings of Oberst Werner Molders, one of Germany's most famous and highly decorated fighter aces. Molders, who had previously flown in the Spanish Civil War would go on to have 115 "kills" to his credit before himself being killed in an air crash in 1941. The aircraft we have portrayed is one Molders flew when he took command of JG51 in July 1940. At that time he was the Luftwaffe's youngest "Kommodore". His best friend was another top German ace. Adolf Galland.
Product number: LW044 - King and Country
167,99 EUR

Kommodore Helmet Wick

Kommodore Helmet Wick
Wick achieved 56 victories before and during the Battle of Britain.Promoted to "Kommodore" and given command of JG2 he was shot down and drowned in the English Channel in November 1940
Product number: LW047 - King and Country
31,99 EUR

Major Rudolf "Rudi" Sinner

Major Rudolf "Rudi" Sinner
"Rudi" Sinner originally flew with Marseille in North Africa and achieved 39 confirmed victories, including two flying the Me.262.
Product number: LW038 - King and Country
26,66 EUR

"Coffee Break"

"Coffee Break"
Two more enjoy some ersatz coffee. after a mission. Oberfeldwebel Heinz Arnold (42 "kills") and Unteroffizier Edouard Schallmoser who gained a dubious reputation as a "Rammjager" for his dangerous habit of deliberately ramming enemy aircraft. with his own. He did not survive the war.
Product number: LW039 - King and Country
61,33 EUR

Leutnant Josef "Sepp" Wurmheller

Leutnant Josef "Sepp" Wurmheller
Before he was killed on June 22, 1944 "Sepp" Wurmheller, flying an Fw190, was credited with 102 enemy aircraft (93 on the Western Front). His most successful day was during the ill-fated "Dieppe Raid" when he shot down 7 British aircraft... despite suffering from a broken leg! Our K&C figure shows "Sepp", still recovering, on crutches.
Product number: LW030 - King and Country
25,33 EUR
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