Kapitel: Benno Fiala Von Fernbrugg, Julius Arigi, Godwin Brumowski, Josef Kiss, Gottfried Von Banfield, Miroslav Navratil, Frank Linke-Crawford, Ernst Strohschneider, Ferenc Graser, Eugen Bonsch, Istvan Fejes. Aus Wikipedia. Nicht dargestellt.MoreKapitel: Benno Fiala Von Fernbrugg, Julius Arigi, Godwin Brumowski, Josef Kiss, Gottfried Von Banfield, Miroslav Navratil, Frank Linke-Crawford, Ernst Strohschneider, Ferenc Graser, Eugen Bonsch, Istvan Fejes.
Aus Wikipedia. Nicht dargestellt. Auszug: Godwin Brumowski (26 July 1889 - 3 June 1936) was the most successful fighter ace of the Austro-Hungarian Air Force during World War I. He was officially credited with 35 air victories, (including 12 shared with other pilots) with 8 others unconfirmed because they fell behind Allied lines. Brumowski rose to command of all his countrys fighter aviation fighting Italy on the Isonzo front. Brumowski was born into a military family in Wadowice, Galicia, in what is now Poland.
He attended the Technical Military Academy in Vienna and graduated as a leutnant (second lieutenant) on 18 August 1910. He was serving in the 6th Artillery Division and had just turned 25 when war was declared against Serbia on 28 July 1914. He served on the Eastern front against Russia, winning both a Bronze and Silver Military Medal for Bravery before transferring to air service in der kaiserliche und konigliche Luftfahrtruppen (the Imperial and Royal Aviation Troops).
He was posted to Fliegerkompagnie 1 (abbreviated Flik 1) in July 1915- his flight log describes him as 1.77 meters (5 feet 10 inches) tall, with blue eyes and light blond hair. He was assigned as Hauptmann Otto Jindras observer. On 12 April 1916 Jindra was his pilot when Brumowski participated in his first daring act in his new unit- they bombed a military review attended by Czar Nicholas II. In the process, they shot down two of the seven Russian Morane-Saulnier Parasol two-seaters that attempted to drive them off.
On 3 July 1916 Brumowski became a pilot with Flik 1, despite the defective vision in his right eye that he corrected with a monocle. In November, he transferred to Flik 12 on the Italian Front. He helped down an Italian Caproni b...http: //booksllc.net/?l=de