Aufkl. Gr. 123 1945

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1 Jan 1945 – Hptm. Hans Felde appointed Staka of the reformed 1(F)./123.[1]

13 Jan 1945 – 2(F)./123 Disbanded.[2]

6 Feb 1944 – 3(F)./123 sorties in the Venlo-Roermond area.[3]

6 Feb – 12 Feb 1945 - 3(F)./123 located at Jüterbog-Waldlager.[4]

11 Feb 1945 - Ar 234 of 1.(F)/123, flown by Hptm Hans Felden, was shot down as it was landing at Rheine.[5]



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Aufklärungsgruppe 123

Aufkl. Gr. 123 1939

Aufkl. Gr. 123 1940

Aufkl. Gr. 123 1941

Aufkl. Gr. 123 1942

Aufkl. Gr. 123 1943

Aufkl. Gr. 123 1944


Michael Holm's Luftwaffe 1939-45

References

  1. Stankey and de Zeng – Career Summaries -Luftwaffe Officers 1935-45
  2. Rosch – Luftwaffe Codes, Units and markings 1939-45 plus Chris Goss posting to TOCH 5th Sep 2006
  3. Kampforte (1st Verlustmeldungen) Offiziers Stellenbesetzung Aufkl.Gr. 123
  4. Tessin Band 16 Page 160
  5. Shores and Thomas - 2nd Tactical Air Force v3

Cornwell, Peter - The Battle of France Then and Now

Dierich, Wolfgang - Die Verband der Luftwaffe, 1939 - 45

Foreman, John - The Battle of Britain, the Forgotten Months

Goss, Chris - Do 17 in Focus

Green, William - Warplanes of the Third Reich

Griehl, Manfred - Strahlflugzeug Arado Ar 234 Blitz

Mason, Francis - Battle over Britain

Price, Alfred - The Luftwaffe Data Book

Ramsey, Winston et al - The Battle of Britain, Then and Now

Ramsey, Winston et al - The Blitz, Then and Now

Rosch, Barry - Luftwaffe Codes, Markings and Units 1939-45

Shores, et al - Fledgeling Eagles

Shores, et al - Air War for Yugoslavia, Greece and Crete 1940-41

Shores, et al - Malta – The Hurricane Years 1940-41

Shores, et al - Malta – The Spitfire Year – 1942

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