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Fw 190 D-13/R11 Yellow 10

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L/E of 950 & 50 Artist Proofs
S/N by the Artist & two Luftwaffe pilots
Image Size: 18" X 28"
Paper Size: 21.50 X 31"

Plane Type: Fw 190

This machine was the 17th D-13 manufactured and delivered to JG 26. It is almost certain that it was the personal aircraft of Major Franz Gotz, Kommodore of JG 26. Because of his former affiliation with JG 53 as II Gruppenkommandeur, he put the Pik As, ace of spades emblem on this aircraft. "Yellow 10" was captured by the Canadians at Flensburg at war's end. Oberst Heinz Lange, the Kommodore of JG 51 who flew D-9s was asked by the RCAF in June 1945, with Gunther Josten also of JG 51, to fly this advanced fighter against the hawker Tempest in mock combat. Fw. Gerhard Kroll flew D-9s with III./JG 54 as top cover for Kommando Nowotny's Me 262s. After Nowotny's death, Kroll was assigned to home defense. III./JG 54 became IV./JG 26 on February 1945, the unity flying D-9s and D-13s.

Personally autographed by the Artist and Luftwaffe pilots:
- Dr. Heinz Lange
- Gerhard Kroll

PLANE JUNKIE - Fw 190 D-13/R11 Yellow 10 by Jerry Crandall (Fw 190)

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