Category:Hans-Joachim Marseille

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Hans-Joachim Marseille (* 13 December 1919 in Berlin) was a German fighter pilot of the Second World War. He died in a crash on 30 September 1942 south of Sidi-Abd-el-Rahman, Egypt. Marseille was credited with 158 enemy planes shot down.


Hans-Joachim Marseille 
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German officer and fighter pilot during World War II
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Date of birth13 December 1919
Charlottenburg
Date of death30 September 1942
Sidi Abdel Rahman
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Award received
  • Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds
  • German Cross in Gold
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