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Hans Ulrich Rudel was a Stuka dive-bomber pilot during World War 2. The most highly decorated German serviceman of the war, Rudel was one of only Piloto de stukas by Rudel, Hans-Ulrich and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Results 1 – 23 of 23 Piloto de Stukas (Paperback or Softback) by Rudel, Hans-Ulrich and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available.

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Retrieved 27 November Could this superhuman warrior have once been the nervous and delicate, little boy that his mother describes? He is, with out question, one of the greatest aviators of the Second World War. The last several chapters cover the close of the war and the final defense of Germany.

Nov 12, Michal Rosa rated it did not like it. He joined the Hitler Youth in He flew 2, ground-attack missions exclusively on the Eastern Frontusually flying the Junkers Ju 87 “Stuka” dive bomber. Found a 54 YO copy hanging around at my folks house, took a gander and decided to give it a go. Mass Market Paperbackpages. Rudel died in West Germany in Countless encounters with enemy fighters and intense flak would seem to have curtailed his illustrious career much earlier than was dictated by the end of the war.

Hans Ulrich Rudel remained a convinced Nazi through the end of the war and this is his account of the war. Rudel was born on 2 Julyin Konradswaldauin Prussia. Levy, Alan []. Wer sind ihre Akteure, wer ihre Rezipienten? This guy explains more truth stumas the war than the history channel. Schulze-Marmeling, Dietrich 2 June Retrieved 4 January Rudel attended the meeting, at which he signed his book and gave a few autographs but refrained from making any political statements.


He claimed 51 aerial victories and the destruction of more than vehicles of all types.

Stuka Pilot by Hans-Ulrich Rudel

Jun 06, Marius van Blerck rated it really liked it. Fearing that Rudel would spread Nazi propaganda on the German Air Force airbase in Bremgarten near FreiburgSchmidt ordered that the meeting could not be held hanx the airbase. Krupinski contacted Gerhard LimbergInspector of the Air Forcerequesting that the meeting be allowed to be held at the airbase. Beyond Eagle and Swastika: Jul 03, Evan rated it really liked it.

Jul 14, Matteo Di giovanni rated it it was ok. An excellent account of the war from one of the best pilots in history. He flew 2, combat missions.

Hans Ulrich Rudel

Biographical Dictionary of the Extreme Right Since On their second encounter, he wares a red Grecian toga with a bright golden clasp. They divorced in Rudel’s relationship with Adolph Hitler is warm, amiable. A Match of the Century and a Century Scandal]. The marriage produced his third pioto, Christoph, born in Rudel was released in April and went into private business. Unreliable citations may be challenged or deleted. A large blemish on an outstanding career of aerial combat.

He went on to serve in the campaign against Crete in May with a dive bomber unit, albeit in a non-combat role. The translation to English is crude and the editing appears stukaw be nonexistent.


Hans-Ulrich Rudel – Wikipedia

Jan 06, Leonard Mokos rated it it was ok. Retrieved 4 December A richly insightful account of a born aviator’s exploits on the Eastern front. Stukaa with This Book. Rudel flew 2, combat missions claiming a total of 2, targets destroyed, including vehicles, tanks, artillery pieces, a destroyer, two cruisers, one battleship, 70 landing craft, 4 armored trains, several bridges and nine aircraft which he shot down.

This is a very good memoir of the leading German Stuka pilot and commander. Rudel joined the Luftwaffe in and underwent flight training as an officer cadet, But, as he had difficulties in perfecting his flying skill, Rudel was transferred to a reconnaissance flight school.

Hans-Ulrich Rudel

I wouldn’t suggest this book unless you have nothing better to read about WWII. He completed sorties with Rudel and drowned on 21 March when they were making their way to the German lines following a forced landing.

Too bad he was on the “wrong side” of the war – Rudel’s life should be an inspiration everyone who wants to live the life they dream. Several other accounts from high-ranking German soldiers often contain some form of remorse, or at least an expression of their disillusionment with the wild haans of their leader as time went on, but not so from Rudel.