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Erich Alfred "Bubi" Hartmann (19 April 1922 – 20 September 1993), also nicknamed "Bubi" by allies and "The Black Devil" by his enemies, was a German fighter pilot and still is the highest scoring fighter ace in the history of Aerial warfare. He claimed 352 aerial victories (of which 345 were won against the Soviet Air Force, and 260 of which were fighters) in 1,404 combat missions and engaging in aerial combat 825 times while serving with the Luftwaffe in World War II. During the course of his career, Hartmann was forced to crash land his damaged fighter 14 times. This was due to damage received from parts of enemy aircraft he had just shot down, or mechanical failure. Hartmann claimed never to have been shot down or forced to land due to fire from enemy aircraft.
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Gallery wrapped redwood frame with 2 cm deep sides give a professional finish.The image does not continue around the sides, the sides are coloured like the back ground of the picture, so there is no need to frame.Neatly stapled on the reverse, so no staples or tacks are visible.Ready for immediate hanging. Finest quality 100% cotton canvasUltrachrome inks lightfast to 75 yearsGicleé varnish for protection against sunlight, moisture, scuffs, scratches
This Product was added to our catalogue on Monday, 26. January 2009.