May I ask you to either post the complete photo here or send it to me via e-mail? It would fit nice in my collection. I attach an early image of SH's Emil and a later emblem of 3. Primoz and Horst Thank you for the information. Horst if you would like to contact me at xx I'll see what we can do about a scan for you Buz. Last edited by Buz; 29th June at Reason: removed e-mail address. Thread Tools. The time now is Contact Us - 12oclockhigh. Hans Schmoller-Haldy. User Name.
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By kuky76 , March 31, in Ready for Inspection - Aircraft. The marking belongs to 3. Thanks for looking. Nice - very nice scheme and nicely finished. Well done Thank you guys. I am happy you like it. Do you recall what brand and colors you used?
Great work mate love the scheme. Beautiful job on that SCW Bf ! I would think using the RLM Grey would be appropriate for the topside colour, as the colour commonly used was RLM 63, which was the exterior equivalent of RLM 02, the interior green-grey colour. At any rate, the colours look great! You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy! Already have an account? Sign in here. Ready for Inspection - Aircraft. Share More sharing options Followers 1.
Recommended Posts. Posted March 31, Thanks for looking Mirek. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options Mig88 Posted March 31, Superbly finished!! Well done. The pilot of Bf D stands on the wing of his aircraft under a leaden sky.
It appears as if the fighter has just returned from a sortie, and groundcrew are about to roll it back to its dispersal. The aircraft carries the emblem of 1. A pair of 10 kg bombs are used to weight down Bf E at Zaragoza against sudden gusts of wind, which were quite common on Spanish airfields. The Messerschmitt-supplied tarpaulins were used as a form of light protection for engines and cockpits against dust and heat.
German pilots and groundcrew assemble at Zaragoza-Sanjurjo airfield at the end of the Spanish Civil War shortly before handing over their aircraft to the Spanish Nationalist Air Force. The official Holzauge means Wooden eye insigne relating to a Spanish gesture meaning look out' was applied under the canopy. The fighter also carries the Holzauge emblem of 1.
Staffel, which was introduced during the final phase of the Spanish Civil War when the unit was re-equipped with the Bf Also visible in this photograph beneath the feet of the mechanic on the wing is the area of black paint running from the engine exhaust across the wing root to the wing trailing edge intended to conceal smoke blackening from the Daimler-Benz DB engine.
Additional also can be seen as a Bf E1. The last commander of 1. Reents would shoot down his only enemy aircraft in Spain — an I — on 6 February The Holzauge Wooden Eye unit emblem introduced by Reents was a reference to the Spanish gesture of pulling down the bottom eyelid with one finger to indicate the need for caution. Photo: An almost anonymous Messerschmitt Bf I09E, , trundles out for takeoff This was the second such type delivered to Spain, so it may be under test before delivery to the front line.
Photo Gustav Rodel first saw combat in Spain but achieved his first victory in Poland. He then flew in France and against Britain as Staffelkapitan of 4. He later took command of the Geschwader, becoming Kommodore on 22 April , and was awarded the Oak Leaves on 20 June This photograph shows Rodel shortly after receiving the Ritterkreuz. Photo: Bf E-3 of 2. The apparently unrepentant pilot? The spinner appears to be yellow with a red tip—the Spanish colours.
Note the natty black panel to disguise the exhaust stain applied by a proud ground crew. The identity of the pilot is not known, but either he or the ground crew probably came from Hamburg, the shout 'Mors-mors! This verbal exchange originated hundreds of years ago and relates to a water seller in that city.
Photo: An unidentified Bf E-3, probably also taken at Prat de Llobregat as the pilot checks over his guns. The white disc of l. Jagdgruppe 88 Legion Condor - 2. Photo: In July on Vitoria airfield, 2. Right is , otherwise the prototype V5. The crews laze comfortably in the shade and all is still calm.
Note the great thickness of the wing discs white crosses, at a time when the was still not very well known by the aviators on its own side. An early Bf , coded 6x4, moves out from its shaded dispersal. This aircraft was probably one of the first B-1s to reach Spain. Photo: A view of Bf B-1 numbered , before the bad landing performed by its usual pilot, Norbert Flegel.
The first time he landed on La Albericia airfield, recently captured from the Republicans after the surrender of Santander. The aircraft appears to be finished in a mixture of natural metal panels and grey paint. Note the wooden propeller. Photo: And this is Bf B-1 after the bad landing performed by its usual pilot, Norbert Flegel, the first time he landed on La Albericia airfield. Although serious, the damage was repairable and the machine later flew in the hands of Werner Molders of 3.
Photo: This port side view of Bf B clearly shows that the kill markings were applied to both sides of the fin, as well as the top hat of 2. The only pilot of 2 Staffel to gain kills in double figures was Peter Boddem with ten official victories. Did he score more? Note the name on the nose, 'Altertum' meaning Antiquity What significance does that have?
Perhaps it had been relegated to training on account of age, yet it appears to be in pristine condition. He was killed, however, in a Ju 52 crash on 30 April , so those kill markings cannot be his. There are fourteen such markings on the fin and only one pilot in the Legion got that many: Werner Molders.
However; the machine also carries the top hat emblem of 2. Photo: At first sight this would seem to be probably the most famous tail jin in Spain, that of Messerchmitt Bf D-1, , flown by Werner Molders of 3. It had 15 victories marked on it, although only fourteen were officially granted. However, not previously known is the Bf B-1, , see photo which also carried fifteen such kill markings.
Did Molders fly another aircraft? Did he fly both aircraft? Did another pilot claim 15 kills? The Spanish conundrums continue Photo: A closer view of the nose of Bf B showing the shadow-style name. It is apparent that the aircraft is finished in the early grey-green and light blue finish. Despite being one of the earliest Bf s to enter service it survived to be passed on to the Spanish air force after the civil war.
That perhaps is the clue to the name and the tail markings, the aircraft may have just been bulled up prior to handover. Photo: The Messerschmitt BfB-1 in flight. This is the first period of markings, with the whole registration painted behind the fuselage disc, and the big white crosses on the wing. Later, the Legion Condor received a batch of B-2 aircraft, equipped with a two-blade variable pitch metal propeller.
This aircraft and may have been the longest lasting B series 's as both suwived until Here, Bf B lies on its back having suffered a crash-landing at Santander with Unteroffizier Hermann Stange of 2. Stange would be credited with three aerial victories in Spain — all enemy fighters, the last an I on 19 February Note that it still retains the wooden propeller. He was taken prisoner and the aircraft then passed through the hands of a special French evaluation unit at Sabadell before being handed over to the Soviet Union where it was extensively examined at the various technical centres.
This aicraft was force landed near Republican held Bujaraloz on Nov 30 by newly arrived pilot Otto Polenz. He was taken prisoner and his aircraft was taken and evaluated by the French and later the Soviets who sent it to the USSR. Ironically the this plane was later recovered by German forces during Operation Barbarossa.
Unteroffizier Wilhelm Staege of 2. Staege would suffer a landing accident in this aircraft when it cart-wheeled and ended up on its back. He was removed relatively unhurt from the scene of the crash. Staege would claim three victories in Spain. Catalan La Senia In the background is the Source via Facebook. Photo: This 2. Its colour scheme adapted rather well to the Northern provinces of Spain, but once the Legion got back to the central area, it had to be repainted in classic RLM Gray.
The number 6 is the identifying code for the Bf aircraft, while 42 is the individual aircraft number. These early Bf Bs had a wooden two-blade fixed-pitch propeller. Photo: This 1. Photo: A rather better known aircraft, this is Bf D flown by victory ace Wolfgang Schellmann of l. This might explain why he received the first D model to be delivered to the Legion.
Photo: An unidentified pilot poses in front of a Bf D, of 2. The aircraft is probably finished in RLM 02 and 65 and has a single white victory bar on the fin. Note that it is not fitted with a radio mast. Photo: of 2. The pilot appears to be wearing a side cap and has opened the sliding panel in the canopy and stuck his head out to get a better view.
No other details known. Bf C-1 in the foreground was an aircraft flown by Unteroffizier Herbert Schob. The aircraft behind has five victory bars on its rudder. Photo: Bf attempts to find some shade among the olive trees at La Cenia in summer This was the favoured mount of Uffz Herbert Schob a six-victory ace with 2. Photo: This view of Bf being flown by Schob shows that unit and personal emblems were mostly confined to the port side.
Three white victory bars are just visible on the fin, suggesting that the date is beween 16 November and 30 December , the dates on which Schob scored his third and fourth kills. Location is probably Sanjurjo. Photo: An indifferent picture but one of few known of Bf This may be one of the extremely rare 'C' variants It carries a single while 'kill' bar on the fin. In the summer of four Bf s peel off to dive on a gaggle of Polikarpov Is over Valencia, in one of the ferocious dogfights that took place between Soviet-supplied Republican fighters and the Messerschmitts of the Legion Condor.
By this time the German pilots had developed techniques that got the best from the performance of their Bf s; avoiding turning fights, they preferred instead to dive from altitude in slashing attacks, then, using the superior vertical performance of their fighters, climb above their opponents and attack again.
These Bf B-2s are from II. The Bf played a major part in establishing air superiority for the Spanish Nationalists, thanks in part to the development of new and revolutionary fighter tactics. The late-production Bf Bs can be distinguished by their constant-speed two-blade metal VDM propeller.
Photo: A worn Bf of 2. Photo: Lt Ursinus poses with the unit mascot in front of his Bf E-1, number 6-lll, christened 'Barchen' in white under the windscreen. The aircraft was still flying in within the Spanish air force. Both are seen just a few days after the end of the war in Spain. Photo: A mechanic of 2. It was common for many ground crew to think of their charges in this way; the aircraft was only loaned to the pilot Note the interesting spinner markings. Hi Matthew I have these pictures of Bf D-1 and thought they might be an addition.
After Handrick left for home the plane was allocated to Gptm. Walter Grabmann see last profile later Fliegerfurhrer Holland. Cheers Chris. Jagdgruppe 88 Legion Condor - 3. Photo: A closeup view of the Mickey Mouse emblem of 3. There is a small legend Grazi to the left which may give a clue to the identity of the pilot.
Note the sliding panel in the canopy. Overall colour seems to be a light grey, heavily weathered about the joints in the fuselage skinning. Photo: Leutnant Rudolf Goy of 3. Goy would claim three victories in Spain all in the month of September , and all Is, although his first was unconfirmed. His aircraft carried the personal marking of a stylised bird within the Nationalist fuselage identification symbol. Photo: ground crew pose in from of a Bf , alleged to be that of Werner Molders during repairs at the Legion depot in Leon towards the end of The aircraft sports seven victory bars on the ftn and a dark rudder, possibly a replacement in the then standard Luftwaffe dark green.
Photo: Molders Bf D, named Lucks means Lynx sometime between 19 July and 19 August when he scored his third and fourth kills. Photo: Over the Ebro front, a Kette from 3. Aircraft are number formerly Bertram's aircraft in 1. This loose four-aircraft formation was introduced in Spain by the great Werner Molders and revolutionised air warfare. Photo: Messerschmitt Bf D at dispersal, with two others faintly visible, the one on the left being an E model with a three-bladed pro-peller.
The service tent is not far away on the right. Date and location not confirmed. Schob would be credited with six victories in Spain between 24 September and 22 January , although his last was unconfirmed. All were Is bar one — an SB-2 bomber shot down on 16 November Photo: A retouched picture of Bf E , probably under test at about the time it was handed over to 3. Photo: BfE-3 'Black ', flown by Oblt.
Hans Schmoller-Haldy, 3. This aircraft was flown towards the end of the Spanish Civil War. Note the 'Beer Mug' insignia, a personal emblem for Schmoller-Haldy. The 'CP' intials on the mug refer to 'Cardinal Paff', an international pilots drinking club based in Belgium. Jagdgruppe 88 Legion Condor - 5. Photo: Bf was used by in combat by both Handrick and Schellmann, yet survived to be handed over to the Spanish air force at the end of the war, as shown by the emblem of 5-G-5 on the fin.
Spanish officers are in the foreground. Enero-Febrero ISSN: Republican Airforce. It is seen here repainted with Republican red stripes, and under going testing by Konstantin Rozanof who was a member of a French technical mission in Spain. Note the wide red bands wrapping around the wing leading edges. A close study reveals an intact fighter in the background, with a wing showing behind the olive tree in the centre. Little of this Bf remains to be salvaged. The Condor Legion was an expeditionary force of soldiers and airmen sent to aid the Spanish Nationalist group during the Spanish Civil War.
The Germans used the war as an opportunity to evaluate new equipment, guns, vehicles and aircraft, and to develop tactical techniques which were later used in the conflict. In addition to a detachment of converted Junkers Ju 52s, a initial cadre of six Heinkel Hes, were despatched, with enough service staff to instruct the Spanish aircrews in the operation and maintenance of the aircraft. While the Spanish Air Force pilots trained, Trautloft and the other pilots became the first of an eventual aircrew who would serve with Jagdgruppe 88 during the next two and a half years.
Meantime aid from the Soviet Union arrived for the Republican forces. A He V6 prototype was also sent. Armed with a single 20mm cannon firing through the airscrew hub, the anonenvogel cannon bird was to be evaluated as a ground attack aircraft and assigned to Jagdgruppe 88 at Almorox in March. Over the next few months the He V6 was flown by several pilots, but on 19 July , with Unteroffizier Max Schulze flying, the engine seized during landing, and the He V6 broke its back and was written off.
The first unit to fly the Bf was 2. The first major action of 2. Air combats fought on 12 July resulted in two Aero A. Peter Boddem and Fw. Adolf Buhl. On 24 July Republican forces launched their final major offensive, the Battle of the Ebro. Reconnaissance aircraft of the Condor Legion noticed the troop build-up, and while the Republic forced gained ground, they failed to take Gandesa, due to intensive over sorties by 70 Legion aircraft. The rest of the battle saw a series of air strikes, followed by a Nationalist counter-offensive.
During the day battle, only 10 aircraft were lost and 14 damaged; the Legion claimed Republican aircraft destroyed, a third of those lost. Only 5 aircrew had been killed, and 6 captured. Staffel converting from the Bf B in late February , just prior to the end of the War. The unit then took part in operations against the remnants of the Republican Air Force through early , with considerable success. Hauptmann Gotthard Handrick, winner of the modern pentathlon at the Berlin Olympics, arrived in the summer of to assume command of Jagdgruppe 88, remaining until September , during which time he had claimed 5 victories.
During the conflict he showed considerable qualities as both a pilot and tactician. He helped to develop the "finger four", formation, which improved a combat flight's all-round effectiveness, vision and flexibility in combat. Leutnant Wilhelm Balthasar joined Jagdgruppe 88 in September , and gained six victories, including four Tupolev SB-2 bombers shot down in one mission on 7 February Staffel, in July , eventually flying ground attack missions in the Heinkel He Source Reference: Jurado, Carlos Caballero Osprey Publishing.
ISBN Messerschmitt Bf losses in chronological order - 40 in Total. Rychagov attacked 9 He 51's and shot down 4 of them. It's the one of few examples when the Republicans had number superiority. In most cases that was on the contrary, especially in the end of the war - because of huge German and Italian help to the Nationalists. In the same day, Is downed and damaged some Fiats.
Soviet planes had no combat losses, but 2 pilots mistakenly landed on an enemy airfield. The fascists killed them and cut one of them up and drop his body parts in a box to Republican positions - what a chivalry But this time the Republicans have Soviet fighters and shot down 9 fascist planes. The Republican losses were: 4 planes ; the Nationalist losses were: 15 planes. There were destroyed: the 3rd mm turret, the one of boilers, a hydroplane; 23 men killed and 77 wounded.
Nationalists losses: 1 Junkers and 6 ftrs, Republican losses two I and two I It was initiated as I's 10 planes combat vs bigger number of Fiats Three CR. Then 10 I's arrived and 8 Bf 's appeared too. In result two brand new German planes were shot down. It was the preventive and well-planed action which had great success. Eremenko was the flight leader of 64 ftrs.
Four I sqds led by Zarausa, Pleschenko, Devotchenko, Gusev wasted time in close escort, then strafed some ground targets too. Meanwhile 16 bmrs SB-2's led by A. Senatorov hit military targets of Saragossa. About 60 Nationalist planes which were almost ready to take off to hit Republican airfields were destroyed and damaged; AA batteries were caught at surprise and suppressed; 2 Bf 's were flamed when they tried to scramble; fuel tanks and ammo storages blowed up; personnel barracks and just arrived buses with pilots were strafed.
The Republicans had no losses. The best mission of the time. In , Sergey Gritsevets shot down 7 seven! Nationalist planes incl. The Soviet ace flew I type 10, which one was badly damaged, but the talent pilot was able to land even in such situation. It was the best record until famous combat of Alexander Gorovets in In company with regular I's type 10 and I's eleven Bf's were shot down with no Republican losses.
German military aid was proving crucial to the success of the Nationalist war effort. Away from Tablada and Escalona del Prado, German military aid was proving crucial to the success of the Nationalist war effort. Between 29 July and 5 August, these aircraft flew men, including six assault battalions, from Morocco to Seville, and in all 10, men were transferred to Spain from North Africa in July and August , followed by in September.
By its conclusion on 11 October, the airlift had transported just under 14, troops and some tons of materiel, including 36 artillery pieces. Historians have taken the view that, in truth, the airlift saved the Nationalist cause in the summer of IA and Pz. IB military ships; over guns 37mm PAK36,.. Italy sent to Spain: planes Fiat CR. Also, German, Italian and even British fleets supported the rebels.
France acted against law-voted Spanish republican goverment, stopping weapon transit aid. DCS World - has no 3D model. On the 24th of that month, he succeeded Adolf Galland as Kapitan of 3. This was the first time that the paths of the two men crossed.
At the same time, the obsolete He 51s were replaced by the new Bf Dora which would later be replaced by the Emil becoming the best fighter used by either side during the Spanish Civil War. Combining his own abilities with the qualities of the Messerschmitt fighter, Molders quickly achieved success and in his first aerial engagement, shot down an Four days later, two further victories were added, another and an With the exception of an SB-2 shot down on 23 August , Molders would claim only Polikarpov fighters until the end of his stay in Spain.
Hans Schmoller-Haldy was sent to Spain just at the end of the war, so it is no surprise he did not score any victory there. His Messerschmitt sported a personal. Our shop retails 1/48 BF E-3 Spanish Civil War` pewees.online Schmoller-Haldy, 3.J/88, March (Pre-built Aircraft) Hobby Master HA Diecast Airplane. Schmoller-Haldy went on to fight in Poland and France during the second world war, and was wounded in action in Russia on February 23rd, He survived the.