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Pat.Pischel


9.1.04 08:50:43
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Halli Hallo an alle Militärhistoriker,
ich suche Informationen über das o.g Geschwader. In diesem hat mein Großvater als Lastensegler Flugzeugführer gedient. Nach seiner Aussage sollte ein Teil des Geschwaders 1943 in Frankreich durch Feindliche Bomber ( wie so viel anderes auch ) vernichtet worden sein. Hiernach sollten teile der Mannschaften zur V1 Waffe Komandiert worden sein. Der Name meines Großvaters und ehem. Fliegers ist Gefreiter Karl Pischel aus Weisensee/ Thüringen. Wer kann mir hierüber Informationen geben.
Leider hat sich mein Großvater zu Lebzeiten sehr Bedeckt gehalten.
Gr an alle Pat. Pischel
Lucky.pat@freenet.de

Balsi


9.1.04 09:34:56
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der Angriff der Bomber war wohl auf Istres am 17.08.1943 .. dort lag auch mein Grossvater (XI. Fliegerkorps)

Indy


9.1.04 18:18:26
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Luftlandegeschwader 1
Geschwaderkommodoren:
Obstlt Gustav Wilke, 22.7.40 - 8.41
GenMaj Rüdiger von Heyking, 1.11.41 - 24.11.42
Oberst Dr. Hans Eggersh, 7.12.42 - 9.44
Stab:
Formed 27.7.40 in Hildesheim. A Stabs-Staffel existed 7.40 - 9.44.
Known as Gefechtsverband Banat, 8.44 - 9.44, controlling parts of II./LLG1 and Nahaufklärungsstaffel Kroatien.
Disbanded 9.9.44.
The following aircraft was used by LLG1: Ar 65, Avia B.534, Bf 108, Bü 131, DFS.230, Do 17, Do 215, Fi 156, Fw 58, Gö 4, Go 145, Go 242, He 45, Grunau Baby, He 46, He 72, He 111, Hs 126, I-153, Ju 52, Ju 87, Ju 88, Kl 32, Kl 35, Kranich, Me 321, Mü 13, Letov S.328 and RWD-8
Bases:
27.7.40 - 1.43 Hildesheim Do 17/DFS 230
1.43 - 2.43 Zaporoshye Do 17/DFS 230
2.43 - 4.43 Bagerowo Do 17/DFS 230
4.43 - 6.43 Hildesheim Do 17/DFS 230
6.43 - 8.43 Lezignan Do 17/DFS 230
8.43 - 9.43 Practica di Mare Do 17/DFS 230
9.43 - 8.44 Nancy Do 17/DFS 230
8.44 - 9.9.44 Zirkle(?) Do 17/DFS 230
I. Gruppe:
Gruppenkommandeure:
Maj Dr. Walter Kiess, 7.40 - 1940
Maj Stein, 1940 - 8.41
Maj Ingenhoven, 22.8.41 - 8.42
Hptm Krug, 14.8.42 - 9.44
Formed 27.7.40 in Hildesheim (ready 10.8.40), from parts of 17./KGrzbV 5 with:
Stab I./LLG1 new
1./LLG1 new
2./LLG1 new
3./LLG1 new
4.42 - 10.42 known as Übungsgruppe I./LLG1; In 4.43 increased to 4 Staffeln and a Stabsstaffel:
Stab I./LLG1
Stabsstaffel I./LLG1 new
1./LLG1
2./LLG1
3./LLG1
10(?)./LLG1 new
Disbanded 9.9.44, except for 2./LLG1. In 12.44 2./LLG1 was redesignated Staffel zbV "Reich".
Bases:
27.7.40 - 4.41 Hildesheim Ju 52/DFS 230
4.41 - 6.41 Tanagra* Ju 52/DFS 230
6.41 - 6.42 Hildesheim Ju 52/DFS 230
6.42 - 9.42 Athens-Tatoi** Ju 52/DFS 230
9.42 - 1.43 Hildesheim Do 17/DFS 230
1.43 - 2.43 Zaporoshye Do 17/DFS 230
2.43 - 4.43 Kertsch IV Do 17/DFS 230
4.43 - 5.43 Hildesheim Do 17/DFS 230
5.43 - 5.43 Gael Do 17/DFS 230
5.43 - 8.43 Lezignan Do 17/DFS 230
8.43 - 9.43 Istres Do 17/DFS 230
9.43 - 1.9.44 Strassburg-Enzheim*** Do 17/DFS 230
1.9.44 - 9.9.44 Giessen**** Do 17/DFS 230
* part of the unit was based at Plovdiv in 4.41 for operations at the Corinth Canal.
** known as Einsatzgruppe I./LLG1 (flew Brigade Ramcke to Africa); part of the unit remained at Hildesheim (Übungsgruppe I./LLG1).
*** 2 Staffeln flew Fallschirm-Bataillon Jungwirth from Lyon to Vassieux, 18.7.44 - 21.7.44; 23.7.44 flew troops from Valence to Vassieux.
**** 2./LLG1 remained at Giessen to early 10.44, when it moved to Altenstadt.
II. Gruppe:
Gruppenkommandeure:
Hptm Arnold Willerding, 27.7.40 - 30.12.40
Maj Otto Pfister, 30.12.40 - ?
Hptm Wolfgang Voigt, ? - 6.42
Hptm Ludwig Reeps, 1.7.42 - ?
Hptm Karl-Heinz Schomann, 12.42
Hptm Schweitzer, ? - 19.3.43
Hptm Trautwein, 3.43 - 6.43
Maj Eberhard Jahnke, 15.6.43 - 9.44
Formed 27.7.40 in Halberstadt (ready 10.8.40), from parts of 17./KGrzbV 5 with:
Stab II./LLG1 new
4./LLG1 new
5./LLG1 new
6./LLG1 new
4.42 - 10.42 known as Übungsgruppe II./LLG1; In 4.43 increased to 4 Staffeln and a Stabsstaffel:
Stab II./LLG1
Stabsstaffel II./LLG1 new
4./LLG1
5./LLG1
6./LLG1
11(?)./LLG1 new
On 9.9.44 redesignated NSGr. 10:
Stab II./LLG1 became Stab/NSGr.10
4./LLG1 became 3./NSGr.10
5./LLG1 became 1./NSGr.10
6./LLG1 became 2./NSGr.10
Bases:
27.7.40 - 1.43 Halberstadt* Ju 52/DFS 230;
Avia 534/DFS 230 (from 9.42)
1.43 - 2.43 Zaporoshye Avia 534/DFS 230
2.43 - 4.43 Kertsch IV Avia 534/DFS 230
4.43 - 6.43 Halberstadt Ju 87/DFS 230
6.43 - 9.43 Aix-les-Milles Ju 87/DFS 230
9.43 - 3.44 Strassburg-Polygon** Ju 87/DFS 230
3.44 - 5.44 Agram Ju 87/DFS 230
5.44 - 9.9.44 Zirkle*** Ju 87/DFS 230
* parts of 6./LLG1 moved to Seerappen on 5.7.41 with 10 DFS 230; 22.7.41 to Dünaburg, 13.9.41 to Pernau for attack on Ösel; returned home 9.41.
** 8./LLG1 was in Norway 9.43 - 6.11.43.
** part of the Gruppe was also based at Mannheim, 12.43 - 3.44.
*** mainly used the Ju 87 for ground-attack missions.
III. Gruppe:
Gruppenkommandeure:
Maj Richard Kupschus, 8.40 - 9.41
Hptm Eberhard Wildhagen (acting), 9.41 - 10.41
Hptm Weber, 1.10.41 - 10.42
Hptm Gerhard Lange, 10.10.42 - 6.43
Hptm Josef Karl, 25.6.43 - ?
Hptm Hans-Günther Nedden, ? - 8.44
Maj Eberhard Wildhagen, 1.9.44 - 9.44
Formed 22.8.40 in Braunschweig-Waggum (ready 1.9.40) with:
Stab III./LLG1 new
7./LLG1 new
8./LLG1 new
9./LLG1 new
4.42 - 10.42 known as Übungsgruppe III./LLG1, with only the 9. Staffel; 7. and 8./LLG1 was reformed 11.42; In 4.43 increased to 4 Staffeln and a Stabsstaffel:
Stab III./LLG1
Stabsstaffel III./LLG1 new
7./LLG1
8./LLG1
9./LLG1
12(?)./LLG1 new
In 5.43 gave up its two Do 17 Staffeln to I./LLG1. Disbanded 18.9.44, and the remnants arrived 21.11.44 in Goslar (by rail).
Bases:
22.8.40 - 1.42(?) Braunschweig-Waggum Hs 126/DFS 230
1.42(?) - 1.43 Goslar Hs 126/Avia /DFS 230
1.43 - 3.43 Riga-Spilve* Hs 126/DFS 230
3.43 - 4.43 Goslar Hs 126/Do 17/DFS 230
4.43 - 5.43 Beaumont-sur-Oise Hs 126/Do 17/DFS 230
5.43 - 9.43 Valence** Hs 126/DFS 230
9.43 - 2.44 Nancy*** Hs 126/DFS 230
2.44 - 7.5.44 Alibunar/Belgrade Hs 126/DFS 230
7.5.44 - 18.9.44 Krusevac Hs 126/DFS 230
* on its way to South Russia, when it was diverted to Riga (only 7. and 8./LLG1).
** 12./LLG1 moved to Ottana/Sardinia 8.9.43, and to Practica di Mare on 11.9.43. This unit landed 1./FJR.7 at Gran Sasso d´Italia for the rescue of Mussolini. Returned to Valence a few days later.
*** In late 11.43 10. and 12./LLG1 moved to Siena (Italy), via Avignon, as Einsatzgruppe III./LLG1. Returned to Nancy 2.44 (saw very little action).
IV. Gruppe:
Gruppenkommandeure:
?
Formed 1.43 in Langendiebach from parts of Ergänzungsgruppe (S) 1 with:
Stab IV./LLG1 new
13./LLG1 new
14./LLG1 new
15./LLG1 new
16./LLG1(?) new
Disbanded 4.43.
Bases:
1.43 - 1.43 Langendiebach Avia 65/DFS 230
1.43 - 2.43 Zaporoshye Avia 65/DFS 230
2.43 - 4.43 Kertsch IV Avia 65/DFS 230
4.43 - 4.43 Langendiebach Avia 65/DFS 230
17./LLG1:
Formed 12.42 in Döberitz from Erprobungskommando/XI. Fliegerkorps. In 4.43 increased to Gruppe strength (no organisational change). In 6.43 redesignated DFS-Staffel 23.
Bases:
12.42 - 25.1.43 Döberitz DFS 230
25.1.43 - 4.43 Bagerowo DFS 230
4.43 - 6.43 Hildesheim DFS 230
6.43 - 6.43 Orange DFS 230
Sondergruppe/LLG1:
Formed in late 8.43 at Lezignan, from parts of LLG1, for service in Italy. Disbanded in late 9.43.
Bases:
8.43 - 30.8.43 Lezignan Do 17/Hs 126/Avia/DFS 230
30.8.43 - 9.43 Pratica di Mare Do 17/Hs 126/Avia/DFS 230

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