Aufkl. Gr. 122 Dec 1942

From Luftwaffedata Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search

1 Dec 1942 - Strength returns were as follows:-

Stab./122 reported 1 x Ju 88D-1 trop on strength.

1(F)./122 reported 1 x Ju 88D-1, 4 x Ju 88D-1 trop, 1 x Ju 88D-5 trop and 1 Bf 109E-9 on strength.

2(F)./122 reported 12 x Ju 88D-1 trop and 1 x Ju 88D-5 trop on strength.[1]

3(F)./122 reported 8 x FW 190A-3, 7 x Ju 88D-1, 2 x Ju 88D-5 and 1 x Bf 109F-4 on strength.

4(F)./122 reported 6 x Ju 88D-1 and 3 x Ju 88D-5 on strength.

5(F)./122 reported 7 x Ju 88D-5 and 3 x Ju 88D-1 on strength.

4.(F)/122 sent out three reconnaissance sorties as follows: Kislyar - Volgamundung; Grozny - Makhach Kala; Black Sea (armed reconnaissance in the Gelendzhik area).[2]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4.(F)/122 for 2 Dec 1942, 1 Dec 1942, were: (a) reconnaissance of the area of Atchikulak (4549) - Kuma Lauf. -Chorny Rynok (6564) - Terekli Mekteb (5586) - Moskva (5573). It was deemed important to determine whether there were enemy forces on the Moskva - Ashikulak line and in front of the North Wing.

(b) Coastal reconnaissance on the Black Sea; especially identify any hostile coastal traffic in the area bounded by Anapa - Novorossiysk - Gelendzhik - Tuapse - Sukhum up to 50 km to seaward.[3]

Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
1 Dec 1942 2(F)./122 Ju 88D-1 8H+KL 1475[4] Failed to return from a sortie to the Algiers area, 100%, 4 MIA. This plane belonged to 3.(F)/33. Missing in the area Cap Bon - Algiers[5]

2 Dec 1942 – 4.(F)/122 sent out 4 reconnaissance sorties. Two of which were harassment attacks on the port of Gelendzhik which succeeded in obtaining some hits near a number of ships.[6]

Luftwaffegruppe Kaukasus orders for 4.(F)/122, issued 18.00 hrs for 3 Dec 1942, were: To establish enemy forces, direction of movement and possible central thrust on the line Atschikulak - Aga-Batyr. Will they follow the railway line Abramoff - Tschorni Rynok (station occupation incl.). Establish if Russian forces are moving westwards?

Coastal reconnaissance on the Black Sea, especially Russian coastal traffic in the area Anapa - Novoroossiysk - Gelendshik - Tuapsse - Sukhum - Ochemchiry up to 50 km to seaward.[7]

3 Dec 1942 – 4.(F)/122 despatched 2 sorties one of which was cancelled due to bad weather.[8]

Luftwaffegruppe Kaukasus orders for 4.(F)/122, issued 20.10 hrs for 4 Dec 1942, were unchanged.[9]

4 Dec 1942 – 4.(F)/122 flew two reconnaissance sorties.[10]

Luftwaffegruppe Kaukasus orders for 4.(F)/122, issued 16.45 hrs for 5 Dec 1942, were unchanged.[11]

5 Dec 1942 – 4.(F)/122 flew no sorties due to adverse weather conditions.[12]

6 Dec 1942 – 4(F)./122 still operating under Luftwaffengruppe Kaukusas, took part in operations to supply food to XXXXIX Geb. Korps. 4 aircraft flew a total of twelve sorties to drop 2 tonnes of food at Goitch.[13]

7 Dec 1942 - 4(F)./122 continued to take part in the operations to supply XXXXIX Geb. Korps. 3 Aircraft flew a total of 20 sorties to deliver 990Kgs of food and 330 Kgs of fodder to Giotch, 330 Kgs of fodder to each of Kotlowina and Gunaika-Tal.[13]

8 Dec 1942 – 4(F)./122, 2 Ju 88s flew 17 sorties to deliver 1870 Kgs of fodder to Goitch and Kotlowina.[13]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus issued the following orders for 4(F)./122 at Maikop as at 19.40 hrs for operations on 9 Dec 1942:

1. Coastal reconnaissance, orders unchanged.

2. Reconnaissance covering the area Abramoff - Kislar - Atschikulak. Specifically, the sorties were to establish the strength and direction of movement of the enemy forces into this area, especially of motorised and armoured forces.[14]

9 Dec 1942 - Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus issued the following orders for 4(F)./122 at Maikop as at 18.00 hrs for operations on 10 Dec 1942:

1. Black Sea reconnaissance unchanged.

2. Monitoring or road and rail traffic in the area bounded by Moskva (5572) – Tshorny-Rynok - Kizlyar-Chervonlja-Izherskaya.[15]

10 Dec 1942 – Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus issued the following orders for 4(F)./122 at Maikop as at 19.05 hrs for operations on 11 Dec 1942.

Coastal reconnaissance unchanged, sorties as early as possible and in the afternoon.

Reconnaissance of road and railway covering in the area Moskva – Tshorny-Rynok - Kizlyar-Chervonlja-Izherskaya.

Determination of whether and in which strength, discharges continue and in which direction they flow.

Identify traffic on the route from Kalinowskaya station (5444) - Sselivankin (5425) - Novo-Naidenoff (5412), sorties to take place preferably early in the day and around noon.[16]

12 Dec 1942 - 4(F)./122, 2 Ju 88s flew 7 sorties delivering 700 kgs of food and 350 kgs of fodder to Goitch and Kotlowina again.[13]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 13 Dec 1942 were as follows:-

1. Coastal reconnaissance unchanged.

2. Railway and station reconnaissance of the lines: Bassy – Kisljarj – Gudermes – Tscherwlennaja – Ischerskaja.

3. Establish what new enemy forces are south of the Manish channel towards Tscherwlennaja (Cherwlennaya) especially motorised or armoured forces in the area east of Atschikkulak - Galjugajewskaja.[17]

13 Dec 1942 - Advance elements of 1(F)./122 arrived at Fp.Elmas/Sardinia to begin flying convoy recce over the western Mediterranean.[18]

4(F)./122, 2 Ju 88s flew 16 sorties to deliver 2700 kgs of food and 104 kgs of fodder to XXXXIX Geb. Korps at Goitch.[13]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 15 Dec 1942 were as follows:-

1. Coastal reconnaissance unchanged.

2. Railway and station reconnaissance unchanged.

3. Additionally to the operations of 13 Dec 1942 road reconnaissance of the area Beissej – Terekli – Mekteb – Moskwa – Nowyj-Beshanoff was to take place.[19]

14 Dec 1942 - 4(F)./122, 2 Ju 88s flew 8 sorties delivering 1400 kgs of food to Goitch[13]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 15 Dec 1942 were unchanged.[20]

15 Dec 1942 – 2 Ju 88s of 4(F)./122 flew 11 sorties to deliver the following supplies -

200kgs to Goitch.

600kgs to Kotlowina

1760kgs to Gunaika-Tal[13]

4(F)./122 flew two reconnaissance sorties covering the Black Sea Coast and the Kalmackensteppe.[21]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 16 Dec 1942 were unchanged.[22]

Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
15 Dec 1942 4(F)./122 Ju 88D-1 Belly landed at Fp.Maikop, 30%.

16 Dec 1942 - Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 17 Dec 1942 were as follows:-

1. Black Sea reconnaissance – unchanged

2. Railway reconnaissance Bassy – Kisljar – Tscherwlennaja – Alpatowo. Road traffic and location south of the Manych Canal.[23]

17 Dec 1942 – 5(F)./122 photographed the rail yards at Chwoinaja (34.30.20E/59.53.40N).[24]

4(F)./122 continued operations in support of XXXXIX Geb. Korps, 2 Ju 88s delivered 550kgs of food supplies and 945kgs of fodder, dropping this at Kotlowina.[13]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 18 Dec 1942 were unchanged.[25]

18 Dec 1942 – A single Ju 88 of 4(F)./122 delivered 100kgs of food supplies and 2300 kgs of fodder, taking 12 sorties to deliver this to Kotlowina.[13]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 19 Dec 1942 were unchanged.[26]

Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
18 Dec 1942 1(F)./122 Ju 88A-4trop Crashed at Fp.Catania, 100%, 2 killed.


19 Dec 1942 – 4(F)./122 continued to supply XXXXIX Geb. Korps this time flying 16 sorties and delivering 1984 kgs of food supplies to Kotlowina, but this time using one Ar 66 and three He 46s.[13]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 20 Dec 1942 were unchanged.[27]

Additionally, 4 reconnaissance sorties were flown – 1 to the Kalmücksteppe, 1 along the Black Sea coast and 2 on behalf of H. Gr. Don.[28]

Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
19 Dec 1942 3(F)./122 Fw 190 Shot down by 486 Sqdn Typhoons 30 miles south of Shoreham.
19 Dec 1942 2(F)./122 Ju 88D-1 F6+BK Failed to return from a recce sortie along the central sector of the Tunisian-Algerian border, 100%, 2 KIA and 2 MIA. Shot down near Kairouan having been intercepted by aircraft of 33FG/58 Sqdn from Thelepte.[29]


20 Dec 1942 – Again using second line aircraft, this time 4 He 46 and two Ar 66 aircraft, 4(F)./122 flew 23 sorties and delivered 2640 kgs of food supplies to Kotlowina.[13]

4(F)./122 confirmed to be operating from Maikop under Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus.[30]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 21 Dec 1942 included reconnaissance of rail track between Astrakhan - Baskunchak - Saratov, Sarat0w - Kamyshin And Kamyshin – Jelan (Yelan)[31]

21 Dec 1942 - Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 22 Dec 1942 were unchanged.[32]

22 Dec 1942 – 4(F)./122 operated 2 sorties – Black Sea coast area and another to the port of Gelendshik.[33]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 23 Dec 1942 covering operations over the Black Sea coast and Kalmäkensteppe were unchanged.[34]

23 Dec 1942 – Two Ju 88s from (F)./122 and Westa 26 were sent to recce the western Mediterranean between the North African Coast and 38 30 N as far west as the limit of their range. At 09.15 hrs seven motor vessels and a number of escorts were sighted at Pl. Qu. 03 E 3725 these were shadowed until 11.30 hrs at Pl. Qu. 03 E 3713. Additionall Algiers harbour was photographed at approx 11.05 hrs. Aircraft returned to base at 13.00 Hrs.[35]

A single Ju 88 from 1(F)./122 took off at 07.27 hrs for a sortie to recce the western Mediterranean in the area encompassed by Pl. Qu. 03 E 3730 to 3830, no shipping was sighted and at 08.40 hrs just south of Pl.Qu. 03 E 5867 an attack by British aircraft was evaded. Aircraft returned at 14.11 hrs[35]

Two Ju 88s were sent out to recce the Cap Ferrat-Setif-Tuggurt-Tozeur-Medje El Hab area. One aircraft aborted at 06.45 hrs due to engine damage. The other aircraft encountered enemy aircraft at 09.25 in the area Pl.Qu. 03 E 5528 to 5529. At 10.50hrs the sortie was abandoned due to the weather conditions encountered.[35]

At 20.00 hrs an ASV radar equiped He 111H was sent out on a sea recce in a westerly direction from Trapani to operate between 38 N and the North African coast. At 20.50 hrs it reported one sighting at Pl.Qu. 03 E 8637. Aircraft returned at approx 03.00 hrs 24th Dec.[35]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus’ orders for 4(F)./122 issued for 24 Dec 1942 covering operations over the Black Sea coast and Kalmäkensteppe were unchanged.[36]

The Black Sea coast sortie operated successfully. Unfortunately, that to the Kalmakensteppe was abandoned due to bad weather.[37]

24 Dec 1942 – radio intercepts indicated that 2 Ju 88s from (F)./122 (including F6+AH) sortied to the western Mediterranean from Trapani. A visual recce of Bone that took place at 09.30 hrs was probably performed by one of these aircraft.[35]

Ju 88 (F6+AK) from 2(F)./122 took off at 07.33 hrs and flew the following route Elmas – Pl.Qu. 03 E 7823 – Djedjelli – Pl.Qu. 03 E 5974 – Pl. Qu. 03 E 3822 – Pl.Qu. 03 E 0820 – Algiers – Elmas. Algiers harbour was photographed - no enemy naval forces were sighted. Aircraft returned to Elmas at 14.11 hrs.[35]

Westa 26 sent out one Ju 88 at 07.00 hrs to cover the western Mediterranean as far as 03 E 28, the aircraft returned at 10.24 hrs having successfully completed the task.[35]

Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus orders to 4(F)./122 for 25 Dec 1942 were unchanged.[38]

Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
24 Dec 1942 4(F)./122 Ju 88D 430458 Crashed on flight from Sarabus/Crimea to Maikop, 100%, Ofw. Richard Mönche (F) and Ogfr. Karl Wolf (Bf) both killed[39]

25 Dec 1942 – 1 Ju 88 of Aufklgr 122 departed Elmas at 05.04 Hrs Z following a course Elmas – 03 Ost 4939 – 3873 – 2840 – 2923 – 1945 – 1862 – 2923 – Elmas, landing at 11.49 hrs Z. At 07.50 hrs Z this aircraft reported the following ships in approx 03 Ost 1874 – 1 (probably) aircraft carrier; 2-3 heavy units; 6-8 light units, course mainly east.[40]

A further Ju 88 of 1(F)./122 left Elmas at 09.50 hrs Z following a course of Elmas – 03 Ost 1944 – 1847 – 1944 – Elmas. This aircraft, at 12.30 hrs Z, reported 1 aircraft carrier; 2 battleships; 8 destroyers in Qu. 03 Ost 1847. This sortie was broken off at 14.00 hrs Z due to engine trouble.[41]

2 Ju 88s of Aufklgr 122 departed that morning on reconnaissance sorties to central Tunisia and Algeria. They reported having performed reconnaissance of Canrobert (at about 08.30 hrs Z); Biskra (at about 09.45 hrs Z) and Tuggurt (at 10.00 hrs Z). British sources identified F6+OK (nominally of 2(F)./122) as being one of these aircraft.[42]

A Ju 88 of Aufklgr 122 took off at 13.48 hrs Z in the direction of the western Mediterranean to shadow a convoy.[43]

Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
25 Dec 1942 1(F)./122 Bf 109F-4 Crash landed at Comiso, 60%.

25-26 Dec 1942 – 3 He 111 operating under Aufklgr 122 in the ASV role in the Mediterranean were noted being active between 20.10 and 03.30 hrs Z.[44]

26 Dec 1942 – 1(F)./122 despatched a Ju 88, at 06.30 hrs Z, for a reconnaissance of the central Mediterranean including photographing Malta. Photo-recce of Malta took place at 11.00 hrs Z. Aircraft returned to base and landed at 13.15 hrs Z.[45]

Later a further Ju 88 of 1(F)./122 left Elmas at 13.42 hrs Z on the following route – Elmas – 03 Ost 5857 – 5722 – 4889 – landing back at Elmas at 18.39 hrs Z. At 16.30 hrs Z in 03 Ost 4886 it reported a convoy of 3 merchant vessels with escort heading west at 10 knots. At 17.00 hrs Z in 37.08 N 04.58 E it also reported another convoy consisting of 9 merchant vessels with 6 escorts on an easterly heading at 10 knots.[46]

26-27 Dec 1942 – 2 ASV equiped He 111H of Aufklgr 122 were operating in the Western Mediterranean searching for convoys.[47]

27 Dec 1942 – Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus orders to 4(F)./122 were unchanged. However, due to bad weather 4(F)./122 did not perform any recce sorties.[48]

28 Dec 1942 – 4(F)./122 operated a single sortie along the Black Sea coast.[49]

Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
28 Dec 1942 2(F)./122 Ju 88D-1 F6+KK 430175 Failed to return from a recce over the Suk el Arba area, 100%, 2 KIA and 2 MIA. The crew consisted of Lt Gall,Hans-Jürger (FF) Lt Schmeitzer, Christian (B) Uffz Klein, Mathias (Bf) Fw Egner, Peter (Bm)[50] Aircraft overflew Bisra Oasis airfield at 500ft. Intercepted by P-38 of 1FG/71 Sqdn and shot down.[51]

29 Dec 1942 – Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus orders to 4(F)./122 were unchanged.[52]

30 Dec 1942 – Orders issued by Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus for 4(F)./122 consisted of the following:-

1. Black Sea recce, unchanged from previous days.

2. Recce of the following Achtuba – Baskuntschak – Saratow – Ilowlja.[53]

4(F)./122 operated 7 sorties, these consisted of:-

2 along the Black Sea coast.

1 on a “Eisenbahnaufklärung” east of Stalingrad.

2 on recce sorties to Taupse

2 on recce sorties to Gelendshik. [54]

Orders for 1(F)./122 were that 2 aircraft were to operate to the west to establish Allied convoy movements between 38 degrees N and the African coast as far as 0 degrees. The aircraft were to reach their turning point at 11.00 hrs Z.[55]

31 Dec 1942 - Orders issued by Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus for 4(F)./122 were unchanged from the previous day.[56]

2 aircraft of 1(F)./122 on sea reconnaissance up at 08.00 hrs Z.[57]

Orders for 1(F)./122 for 1 Jan 1943 were the same as those for 31 Dec 1942 except that the aircraft were to reach the turning point at 12.00 hrs Z.[58]

Links

Previous--- Next

Diary Home

References

  1. LdZ - BA-MA - Flugzeug-Bereitstellungen (Aircraft Availability Status Reports – FzB) in: Holm-op cit; all subsequent entries of this type are from this source.
  2. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 – 0000526-7, 842258-9. Tagesabschussmeldung der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus den 1.12.42
  3. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 – 0000507, 842239.
  4. Luftwaffe Quartermaster General loss returns item 7 of return dated 6 Dec 1942
  5. Shores – Fighters over Tunisia p84
  6. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 – 0000508-9, 842240-1. Tagesabschussmeldung der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus den 2.12.42
  7. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 – 0000488, 842220.
  8. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 – 0000490, 842222. Tagesabschussmeldung der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus den 3.12.42
  9. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 – 0000470, 842202.
  10. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 – 0000472, 842204. Tagesabschussmeldung der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus den 4.12.42
  11. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 – 0000451, 842183.
  12. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 – 0000452, 842184. Tagesabschussmeldung der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus den 5.12.42
  13. 13.00 13.01 13.02 13.03 13.04 13.05 13.06 13.07 13.08 13.09 13.10 Ulf Balke – Luftversorgung im Kaukasus – Jet & Prop v2004-1
  14. Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 000383 frame 842115.
  15. Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 000353 frame 842085.
  16. Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 000336 frame 842068.
  17. Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 000296 frame 842028.
  18. LdZ - PRO/London: AIR 40/1995.
  19. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 256 frame 841988
  20. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 235 frame 841967
  21. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 237 frame 841969
  22. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 209 frame 841941
  23. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 144 frame 841875
  24. http://www.wwii-photos-maps.com/targetrussia/citynamesbeginningc/citynames-carn-czyz/slides/Chwoinaja%20%20054.html
  25. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 125 frame 841857
  26. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 105 frame 841838
  27. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 85 frame 841817
  28. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 90 frame 841822
  29. Shores – Fighters over Tunisia p108
  30. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 44
  31. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 42 frame 841774
  32. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 199 frame 841931
  33. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 201 frame 841933
  34. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 184 frame 841916
  35. 35.0 35.1 35.2 35.3 35.4 35.5 35.6 HW 13/109 via Andrew Arthy.
  36. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 169 frame 841901
  37. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 186 frame 841918
  38. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 31 pg 4 frame 841736
  39. Luftwaffe Quartermaster General loss returns item 98 of return dated 15 January 1943
  40. HW13 – 109 Agr 122 Ops Dec 1942 002.jpg via Andrew Arthy.
  41. HW13 – 109 Agr 122 Ops Dec 1942 002.jpg via Andrew Arthy.
  42. HW13 – 109 Agr 122 Ops Dec 1942 002.jpg via Andrew Arthy.
  43. HW13 – 109 Agr 122 Ops Dec 1942 002.jpg via Andrew Arthy.
  44. HW13 – 109 Agr 122 Ops Dec 1942 002.jpg via Andrew Arthy.
  45. HW13 – 109 Agr 122 Ops Dec 1942 003.jpg via Andrew Arthy.
  46. HW13 – 109 Agr 122 Ops Dec 1942 003.jpg via Andrew Arthy.
  47. HW13 – 109 Agr 122 Ops Dec 1942 003.jpg via Andrew Arthy.
  48. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 38 -"Unterlagen der Ia-Abteilung des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps: Anlagen zum KTB des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps, Band C – Lagemeldungen der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus, Einsatzbefehle des Luftwaffenstabes Krim, Feindlageberichte und Abschussmeldungen des Ic-Offiziers der Luftwaffengruppe, Aufklärungsanforderungen der Luftflotte 4, Meldung zur Zerstörung des Flugplatzes Armawir, taktische Meldungen der unterstellten Verbände des Korps, Befehle des Korps und seiner Divisionen, Akten- und Besprechungsnotizen, Berichte u Inspektionsreisen, Schriftwechsel mit der Luftflotte 4, Verlegungsbefehle für den Stab des Korps u.a. - pg 593 and 594
  49. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 38 -"Unterlagen der Ia-Abteilung des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps: Anlagen zum KTB des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps, Band C – Lagemeldungen der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus, Einsatzbefehle des Luftwaffenstabes Krim, Feindlageberichte und Abschussmeldungen des Ic-Offiziers der Luftwaffengruppe, Aufklärungsanforderungen der Luftflotte 4, Meldung zur Zerstörung des Flugplatzes Armawir, taktische Meldungen der unterstellten Verbände des Korps, Befehle des Korps und seiner Divisionen, Akten- und Besprechungsnotizen, Berichte u Inspektionsreisen, Schriftwechsel mit der Luftflotte 4, Verlegungsbefehle für den Stab des Korps u.a. - pg 578
  50. Names of crew and W Nr provided by Eduardo Arana by e-mail 18/06/04
  51. Shores – Fighters over Tunisia p116
  52. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 38 -"Unterlagen der Ia-Abteilung des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps: Anlagen zum KTB des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps, Band C – Lagemeldungen der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus, Einsatzbefehle des Luftwaffenstabes Krim, Feindlageberichte und Abschussmeldungen des Ic-Offiziers der Luftwaffengruppe, Aufklärungsanforderungen der Luftflotte 4, Meldung zur Zerstörung des Flugplatzes Armawir, taktische Meldungen der unterstellten Verbände des Korps, Befehle des Korps und seiner Divisionen, Akten- und Besprechungsnotizen, Berichte u Inspektionsreisen, Schriftwechsel mit der Luftflotte 4, Verlegungsbefehle für den Stab des Korps u.a. - pg 539
  53. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 38 -"Unterlagen der Ia-Abteilung des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps: Anlagen zum KTB des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps, Band C – Lagemeldungen der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus, Einsatzbefehle des Luftwaffenstabes Krim, Feindlageberichte und Abschussmeldungen des Ic-Offiziers der Luftwaffengruppe, Aufklärungsanforderungen der Luftflotte 4, Meldung zur Zerstörung des Flugplatzes Armawir, taktische Meldungen der unterstellten Verbände des Korps, Befehle des Korps und seiner Divisionen, Akten- und Besprechungsnotizen, Berichte u Inspektionsreisen, Schriftwechsel mit der Luftflotte 4, Verlegungsbefehle für den Stab des Korps u.a. - pg 5503
  54. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 38 -"Unterlagen der Ia-Abteilung des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps: Anlagen zum KTB des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps, Band C – Lagemeldungen der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus, Einsatzbefehle des Luftwaffenstabes Krim, Feindlageberichte und Abschussmeldungen des Ic-Offiziers der Luftwaffengruppe, Aufklärungsanforderungen der Luftflotte 4, Meldung zur Zerstörung des Flugplatzes Armawir, taktische Meldungen der unterstellten Verbände des Korps, Befehle des Korps und seiner Divisionen, Akten- und Besprechungsnotizen, Berichte u Inspektionsreisen, Schriftwechsel mit der Luftflotte 4, Verlegungsbefehle für den Stab des Korps u.a. - pg 504
  55. DEFE3/791(5) pg 85 QT9969
  56. Bestand 500 Findbuch 12476 Akte 38 -"Unterlagen der Ia-Abteilung des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps: Anlagen zum KTB des Generalkommandos des I. Flakkorps, Band C – Lagemeldungen der Luftwaffengruppe Kaukasus, Einsatzbefehle des Luftwaffenstabes Krim, Feindlageberichte und Abschussmeldungen des Ic-Offiziers der Luftwaffengruppe, Aufklärungsanforderungen der Luftflotte 4, Meldung zur Zerstörung des Flugplatzes Armawir, taktische Meldungen der unterstellten Verbände des Korps, Befehle des Korps und seiner Divisionen, Akten- und Besprechungsnotizen, Berichte u Inspektionsreisen, Schriftwechsel mit der Luftflotte 4, Verlegungsbefehle für den Stab des Korps u.a. - pg 470
  57. DEFE3/792 (1) pg 46 VM040
  58. DEFE3/792 (1) pg 84 VM076.