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First Lieutenant (Engineer) Wolfgang Wollenweber flew many different types of aircraft during WWII. Among them two very contrasting planes: the two-piston engine destroyer Messerschmitt Me 110 and the turbojet fighter Heinkel He 162. After solid flight training he was transferred to the Far North, served with the Arctic Sea Hunters of Fighter Squadron 5, flew escort missions with the famous "Dachshund" unit over the North Atlantic, bomb attacks against Murmansk and Russian airfields and shot down several Soviet aircrafts within a very short time. For those merits he was awarded with the Iron Cross First Class, the Flight Clasp in Silver and the Mannerheim Cross.
"One of the best books of its type that I have read in a very long time."--Scott Van Aken"Modeling Madness" (01/19/2015) "This is an interesting story, well told and with humor. Extensively illustrated with many previously unpublished photographs, it is recommended reading for anyone interested in the Luftwaffe and its little Heinkel jet."-- (01/01/2015) "This is a very good book! The book provides a lot of information for those interested in aviation history, WWII history as well as inspiration for the modeler as well. I recommend it to all!"-- (02/26/2015)