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The Dornier, flown by Feldwebel Willi Effmert attempted a wheels-up landing and scudded across the sands, flipping over as it did so.
Not only does she offer proof Adolf Hitler's deputy did not spend the night, the writer also sheds light on the infamous murder of German interpreter Feldwebel Wolfgang Rosterg and the escape tunnels hidden deep below the camp.
As the Flik 14/J pilots were returning to base, however, they were jumped at 0730 hours by Camels of 66 Squadron and in the next five minutes Birks destroyed two of them, killing the commander, Oberleutnant Karoly Benedek, and Feldwebel Ferdinand Czerny.
Feldwebel Ruhle, who stood in the ventral gun position, was ripped apart.
But if any Feldwebel in the Panzerkorps were asked his opinion of its probability, he likely would have replied: "Only the Russians would be foolish enough to start an offensive in a January like this one!"
Its pilot was Feldwebel Joachim Lehnis and there were three other crew members.
Er zeigte den Fahrausweis vor, and seine Empfindung war, dass der Sperrenwachter ihn nackt sah, so wie Gefangniswarter and Feldwebel den ihnen ausgelieferten Menschen vor seiner Einkleidung zu Haft and Sterben sehen.
STN Atlas, a Rheinmetall subsidiary, will have delivered the first of its new LeFlaSys air defence systems to the German Bundeswehr by the time these lines are read, with the official roll-out already scheduled for 27 June at the Feldwebel Schmid barracks in Rendsburg -- home to the German Army air defence school.
Feldwebel Eric Bartel, who served as a Jagdgeschwader mechanic for much of the war, recalled that after just 17 days' action his staffel of 12 Bf 109Es from JG 77 had been reduced to just 5 or 6, including spares, mainly through mechanical failures and normal wear and tear, rather than enemy action.
When a feldwebel leading his platoon got within hailing distance, Luke replied with several rounds of .45 hardball.
In the story the young German, Feldwebel, who seems to be infatuated with the narrator's sister, never manages to reach out to her, nor does she dare to show any recognition of his courting; his affection, unfulfilled, may have ended with his life somewhere near Tolbukhin or Stalingrad, while she, unmarried, has "died of cancer before she turned thirty." The notebook with his love poetry perhaps "sank through snow to the earth, slipped into the river, the river carried it to the sea, it dissolved there, turned into nothing." And the only thing left is a Rilkean line from the notebook that has stuck in the memory of the narrator.