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Data derived from many sources. Corrections/Additions requested through Helpdesk
This remarkable database is intended to complement data in the Kracker Archive (on this site) by providing a daily account of each Luftwaffe pilot's actions against his opponent(s). Using a number of primary and secondary sources, we attempt to list for each pilot, his victories in their date order, so far as this has been possible (records, however, are on many occasions not up to this task). One line thus covers one complete action and victory. Thus, for example, you can read across from a pilot's name to discover that he scored 65 victories in total and the line you are reading is the 38th victory he recorded.

This is a work-in-progress.
It is our first 'crowd-corrected' database. The number of errors contained in the raw data is higher than for other of our databases and as a consequence, we need your help in cleaning up the data: with over 600,000 data items in the database we simply can't do this on our own. Duplication errors were introduced when we consolidated data from several sometimes-overlapping sources, and there are the usual errors associated with wartime records. Despite this, the records contain information not commonly found elsewhere and hence merit publication. It's relatively easy to see when a pilot's record is duplicated: 2 victories on the same date and at the same time are obviously describing a single incident, even if one version has the pilot's first name and other might not, comparing other details will show it's the same person. Let us know please when you find any of these, or any other errors, by raising a ticket on the Helpdesk. Thanks in advance.

Bear in mind when cross-referencing Luftwaffe claims to our Allied Losses and Incidents Database that for consistency, Date of Death in the Allied Losses and Incidents Database is the date the mission was briefed since the precise time of a loss was not usually certain at the time. Take-off was usually later the same day as the briefing, though occasionally a delay meant take-off occurred after midnight and therefore strictly the 'next day'. Our date is always the briefing date. Obviously many missions flew through midnight, therefore a Luftwaffe claim against a plane - or a locally generated crash report - may record the incident as occurring on the day following our date. For example, a Luftwaffe claim for a shoot-down at 0345 on 4 April will correspond to a Loss in the Allied Losses and Incidents Database for 3 April.

Search on date (format YYYY-MM-DD) to show who recorded victories in that date. Search on 'YYYY-MM-DD AND LaGG-3' to show who claimed a LaGG-3 victory on that date. Search on '1944-06' to discover all recorded victories on all fronts for June 1944. To Search on name, try 'last name'. If this produces too many results, use 'last name AND first name', thus 'marseille AND hans-joachim'

There are numerous duplicate entries included owing to the number of sources employed. These are being removed as found.

In the Links column you may find Links back to the Kracker Archive or forward to an extended story about this pilot, or a reference to his action in one of our other Databases. Where links are not provided, you may search for the pilot's name in our Kracker Archive, or you may use the serial number of his victim to search for further information in our Allied Losses and Incidents Database.

The Luftwaffe employed a grid reference system for action locations, as is occasionally shown in the location column. An explanation of the complex system is provided. A conversion facility allows you to see the exact location of an action.
In order to get the location correct you must first determine (by reference to other sources) the location at which the pilot was based for this victory. This will tell you the Zusatzzahlgebiet (largest square) in which he was operating. Select that in the 'Current “Zusatzzahlgebiet“ (the largest square of Luftwaffe Map)' for example select 15 O (for 15 degrees East of Greenwich Meridian). After you have done that, put the location grid shown in the database in the 'Change Planquat' box, and you will then see a map showing where the action took place.


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#Name (↑)First NamesRankVictoriesSequenceVictoryDate (↑)Victory TimeOpponentAirCraft (↑)UnitLocationNotesLinksPhoto
1 AutenriethHans1944-06-0301:234 MotorStab II./NJG 4UB-6 (Le Neubourg) 2300m
2 AutenriethHans1944-06-0301:004 MotorStab II./NJG 4BD-1 (Trappes) 1800m
3 AutenriethHans1941-08-1303:16 Halifax

6./NJG 1   
4 AutenriethHans1942-10-0522:47Halifax

Stab II.NJG 151/2/4 H5 (1km N. Boxmeer) 2500m
5 AutenriethHans1942-10-1521:54Halifax

Stab II.NJG 161/1 2B3 (2km E. Roermond) 500m
6 AutenriethHans1943-04-1703:50Halifax

II.NJG 415km WSW Chalons-dur-Marne  
7 AutenriethHans1943-11-2602:12 Halifax

1.NJG 4E. Dinant  
8 AutenriethHans1944-01-2019:30Halifax

6.NJG 48km SE Dammenberg 4500m
9 AutenriethHans1944-01-2019:45Lancaster

6.NJG 47km NE Berlin  
10 AutenriethHans1944-05-1001:00Lancaster

6./NJG 4UB-3 2300-400m
11 AutenriethHans1944-06-1000:30Lancaster

6./NJG 4BD 1 (5km E Dreux) 1700m
12 AutenriethHans1944-07-0801:32Lancaster

6./NJG 405 East S/SD 3000m
13 AutenriethHans1943-03-0821:45Stirling

4./NJG 46km NE Souilly 2800m
14 AutenriethHans1943-03-1200:18Stirling

4./NJG 43km SW Chalons-sur-Marne 1900m
15 AutenriethHans1943-06-2301:35Stirling

6.NJG 42km NW Kettinich  
16 AutenriethHans1943-06-2501:59Stirling

6.NJG 44½km WSW Diest  
17 AutenriethHans1942-08-0102:03Wellington

Stab II.NJG 120km S. Monchengladbach 3000m
18 AutenriethHans1942-08-0102:20Wellington

Stab II.NJG 157/25/9 (2km S. Berg)  
19 AutenriethHans1942-08-1201:33Wellington

Stab II./NJG 1100m SW Venlo 1300m
20 AutenriethHans1942-08-1301:12Wellington

Stab II./NJG 12km NW Eyck 2500m
21 AutenriethHans1942-08-2500:18Wellington

Stab II.NJG 1Ougree (5km SSW Liege) 2500m
22 AutenriethHans1943-06-2302:10Wellington

6.NJG 4SSE Helebrun (12km NE Hasselt)  

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