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Lothar Von Zudet


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Lothar Von Zudet

Post by GenMarkof007 on Sat Jan 03, 2015 6:51 am

Name: Lothar Von Zudet
Rank: Leutnant
Age: 18
Hometown: Cologne

Lothar was born in Stettin, when it was still within the Kingdom of Prussia and the German Empire; today, Stettin is part of Poland because of changing national boundaries. Lothar birth date was 17 January 1891.

When World War I broke out in 1914, Lothar joined the Imperial German Army at the age of 16. He served first with the 34th Infantry Regiment, then with the 210th Reserve Infantry Division on the Western Front, beginning in October 1914. He was commissioned as an officer in March 1915.

World War I aerial service
Lothar transferred to aviation service in March 1916. He first flew with Flieger-Abteilung (Artillerie): Flier Detachment (Artillery) 5 and Flieger-Abteilung (Artillerie) 6 on artillery ranging and reconnaissance duties. He then served in an early ad hoc fighter unit, a Kampfeinsitzerkommando (Combat Single-Seater Command), claiming a 20 August 1916 aerial victory that could not be confirmed.

Lothar was then posted to a fighter squadron, Dukely Jagdstaffel 4, on 4 November 1916. He was credited with his first confirmed aerial victory on 4 April 1917; by the time Bloody April ended, his tally was up to eight, including an observation balloon on the 7th and a pioneering night-time victory on the 8th. He scored his ninth victory on 6 May 1917; three days later, he was wounded in action.

One of many Lothar Quotes to fellow pilots :  " Have no fear Lothar is here! Wink hmmm "


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Re: Lothar Von Zudet

Post by Dukely on Sun Jan 04, 2015 4:18 am

Great! Approved!

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