HERBERT SCHOB - COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPE SIGNED 1900 CO-SIGNED BY: EDUARD "EDU" NEUMANN, HERBERT IHLEFELD, KARL RAMMELT - HFSID 74865
GERMAN LUFTWAFFE Four members of the Luftwaffe sign this British commemorative envelope honoring the opening of the Royal Air Force Museum in 1972 Commemorative Envelope Signed:
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GERMAN LUFTWAFFE Four members of the Luftwaffe sign this British commemorative envelope honoring the opening of the Royal Air Force Museum in 1972 Commemorative Envelope Signed: “Herbert Schob”, “Eduard Neumann”, “Herbert Ihlefeld”, and “Karl Rammelt” 6½x4¼. Flow, England and North Africa. Royal Air Force cover with color cachet honoring the opening of the Royal Air Force Museum, November 15, 1972. Royal Air Force, Hendon. Postmarked British Forces Postal Services. One British stamp affixed. Color illustration of a Gloster Meteor 3 cacheted on left-hand side. Eight b/w photos (one of which is signed by Edward Neumann) of the pilots included. HERBERT SCHOB (1915-1981) was a fighter ace who flew for the German Luftwaffe during both the Spanish Civil War and World War II. He recorded 34 aerial victories during WWII and 6 during the Spanish Civil War. Among the multiple awards he received for his service were the Spanish Cross and the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. EDUARD “EDU” NEUMANN (1911-2004) served as an officer in the Luftwaffe during both World War II and the Spanish Civil War. He commanded the Jagdgeschwader 27 fighter wing during the North African Campaign (1941-1943). HERBERT IHLEFELD (1914-1995) was a German Luftwaffe flying ace who recorded an impressive 132 victories in the more than 1,000 missions that he flew during both the Spanish Civil War and the Second World War. He received the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords. KARL RAMMELT (1914-2009) was awarded a Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross for his service in the German Luftwaffe of World War II. During the War, Schulte recorded 46 aerial victories in the roughly 450 combat missions he flew. Identities and accomplishments of signers neatly stamped in German on verso. Lightly toned. Corners and edges gently worn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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