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Oberleutnant Otto Kissenberth by Ivan Berryman. (GS)


Oberleutnant Otto Kissenberth by Ivan Berryman. (GS)

When pilots took off from the respective airfields in the 1914/18 war, they would rarely know what lay ahead. For Otto Kissenberth, the 12th October 1916 was to be a baptism of fire. Flying Fokker D.II 540/16, he scored his first three victories in quick succession, shooting down two Maurice Farmans and a Breguet V, as shown here. Unusual among fighter pilots of the time for the simple reason that he wore spectacles, Kissenberth went on to score an eventual 20 victories and survived the war, only to be killed whilst mountaineering in 1919.
Item Code : DHM1627GSOberleutnant Otto Kissenberth by Ivan Berryman. (GS) - This Edition
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