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Baron Gerhard von Pölnitz (front left) appears during a consecration of the...

Baron Gerhard von Pölnitz (front left) appears during a consecration of the...

Germans soldiers using a captured M2 .50 heavy machine gun in a rather complex and fully 360° entrenched position, notice the addition of the MGZ sight from the MG 34/42 when set up with a tripod.

Germans soldiers using a captured M2 .50 heavy machine gun in a rather complex and fully 360° entrenched position, notice the addition of the MGZ sight from the MG 34/42 when set up with a tripod.

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ERNEST WALTER HIVES ~ READING MAN WHO BECAME CHAIRMAN OF ROLLS ROYCE Ernest Walter Hives, 1st Baron Hives CH MBE (21 April 1886 – 24 April 1965), was born in Reading, and became head of the Rolls-Royce Aero Engine division and chairman of Rolls-Royce Ltd. During the Second World War he was closely involved with the design of the Merlin engine as well as numerous later Rolls-Royce jet engines. He began his working life in a local garage. However, in 1903 he got a job working at C.S. Rolls'…

ERNEST WALTER HIVES ~ READING MAN WHO BECAME CHAIRMAN OF ROLLS ROYCE Ernest Walter Hives, 1st Baron Hives CH MBE (21 April 1886 – 24 April 1965), was born in Reading, and became head of the Rolls-Royce Aero Engine division and chairman of Rolls-Royce Ltd. During the Second World War he was closely involved with the design of the Merlin engine as well as numerous later Rolls-Royce jet engines. He began his working life in a local garage. However, in 1903 he got a job working at C.S. Rolls'…

Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen. He was the most successful flying ace of the Imperial German Army Air Service (Luftstreitkräfte) during World War I, being officially credited with 80 confirmed air combat victories.

Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen. He was the most successful flying ace of the Imperial German Army Air Service (Luftstreitkräfte) during World War I, being officially credited with 80 confirmed air combat victories.

Ace Luftwaffe fighter pilot Franz Xaver, Baron von Werra, an impoverished Baron…

Ace Luftwaffe fighter pilot Franz Xaver, Baron von Werra, an impoverished Baron…

“Jasta 11: Leutnant Kurt Wolff. At first glance, you could only say ‘delicate little flower’. A slender, thin little figure, a very young face, whose entire manner is one of extreme shyness. He looks as if you could tip him backwards with one harsh word. But below this friendly schoolboy’s face dangles the order Pour le Merite. And so far, these modest looking eyes have taken 30 enemy airplanes from the sky over the sights of his machine guns, set them afire, and made them smash to pieces on…

“Jasta 11: Leutnant Kurt Wolff. At first glance, you could only say ‘delicate little flower’. A slender, thin little figure, a very young face, whose entire manner is one of extreme shyness. He looks as if you could tip him backwards with one harsh word. But below this friendly schoolboy’s face dangles the order Pour le Merite. And so far, these modest looking eyes have taken 30 enemy airplanes from the sky over the sights of his machine guns, set them afire, and made them smash to pieces on…

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