Category:Adolf Galland

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Adolf Josef Ferdinand Galland (* 19 March 1912 at Westerholt, Westphalia, Germany) was a German fighter pilot during the Second World War. He rose to the rank of "Generalleutnant" and was credited with 104 enemy planes shot down. He died on 9 February 1996 at Remagen-Oberwinter.



Adolf Galland 
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German World War II general and fighter pilot
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Date of birth19 March 1912
Westerholt
Date of death9 February 1996
Remagen
Place of burial
  • Friedhof Oberwinter
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Award received
  • Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds
  • Spanish Cross
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