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List of World War II aces from Austria

This is a list of flying aces in World War II from Austria. For other countries see List of World War II aces by country


List

Name Kills Awards Notes
Achleitner, Franz 5
Aistleitner, Johann 12 KIA 14 January 1944
Bacsilla, Erwin 34
Bartels, Heinrich 99 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross KIA 23 December 1944
Bauer, Herbert 11
Boesch, Oskar 18 POW
Buchner, Hermann 46 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross Me 262 pilot
Franz Ferdinand Colloredo-Mansfeld 3 flew with RAF[1]
Czernin, Count Manfred Beckett 18 DFC, DSO, MC Flew with RAF[1]
Doebrich, Hans-Heinrich 70 WIA 1943
Fellerer, Leopold 'Poldi' 41 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Fluder, Emmerich 9 MIA 31 May 1942
Fözö, Josef 'Joschko' 24 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross WIFA 1942
Gallowitsch, Bernd 64 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Gollob, Gordon Mac 150 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Grasser, Hartmann 103 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Gratz, Karl 138 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Haiboeck, Josef 77 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross WIA 1944
Hammerl, Karl 63 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross MIA 2 March 1943
Jennewein, Josef 86 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross MIA 27 July 1942
Kraft, Josef 56 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Lippe-Weissenfeld, Egmont Prinz zur 51 Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves KIFA 12 March 1944
Lammer, Alfred 6 DFC and Bar as air gunner (later Navigator/Radar Operator) in RAF
Mayerl, Maximilian 76 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Michalek, Georg 59 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Nowotny, Walter "Nowi" 258 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds KIA 8 November 1944
Piffer, Anton-Rudolf 35 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross KIA 17 June 1944
Poelz, Hubert 11 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Pöhs, Josef 43 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross KIFA 30 December 1943
Rauh, Hubert 31 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Roehrich, Kurt Wilhelm 12 KIA 19 July 1944
Rossiwall, Theodor 17 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Schalk, Johann 15 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Schall, Franz 137 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross KIFA 10 April 1945
Schiess, Franz 67 KIA 2 September 1943
Schmid, Johannes 45 MIA 6 November 1941
Schneider, Walter "Jap" 20 KIFA 22 December 1941
Sengschmitt, Fritz 15 KIA 11 January 1944
Sinner, Rudolf 39
Sochatzy, Kurt 38 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Steinbatz, Leopold 99 Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords KIA 15 June 1942
Stotz, Maximillian "Max" 189 Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves MIA 19 August 1943
Strassl, Hubert 67 KIA 8 July 1943
Troha, Egon 6 Iron Cross POW 1940
von Kirchmayer, Ruediger 50
von Uiberacker, Friedrich Graf 7 KIA 6 December 1942
Wehmeyer, Alfred 18 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross Killed AA 1 June 1942
Weiß, Robert "Bazzi" 121 Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves KIA 29 December 1944
Weissmann, Ernst 69 MIA 13 August 1942
Werfft-Wessely, Dr. Peter 26 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Zellot, Walter 85 KIA 10 September 1942

Notes and references

  1. ^ a b Jan J. Safarik: Air Aces Home Page; Austria - World War II - Royal Air Force
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