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Waldemar Radener

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Victories : 36
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Country : Germany
Fought in : WW2
Fought for : Axis


Awarded the Knights Cross of the Iron Cross
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Waldemar Radener

Known Victory Claims - Waldemar Radener

DATE

PILOT

UNIT

JG

CLAIMED

LOCATION

TIME

FRONT

13/03/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener4JG 26SpitfireE. Etaples15.33Western Front
03/05/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener4JG 26Spitfire15km N. Berck-sur-Mer: tiefflug16.5Western Front
14/05/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener4JG 26B-17NW Antwerp13Western Front
24/06/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener4JG 26P-4710-75km NW Domburg: tiefflug9.34Western Front
26/06/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener4JG 26P-4710-12km NNW Le Tréport: 400m19.04Western Front
04/07/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener4JG 26SpitfireBerck-sur-Mer17.4Western Front
26/07/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener6JG 26Spitfire15km SE Lille11.25Western Front
30/07/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener6JG 26P-47Elten SE Arnhem: 6000m10.2Western Front
30/07/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener6JG 26P-473km S. Werkendam: 500m10.28Western Front
03/09/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener6JG 26P-473km N. Guyancourt: 30m9.58Western Front
06/09/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener6JG 26B-17S. Reims12.1Western Front
10/10/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-17NE Münster15.35Western Front
14/10/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-17PQ-1 N. Koblenz13.35Western Front
30/12/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26P-47SE Beauvais: 8500m14Western Front
30/12/1943Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-17b. St. Pol: 32km WNW Arras14.36Western Front
05/01/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-17SW Miraumont: 2500m13.14Western Front
11/01/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26P-47Bakum 10km SE Cloppenburg13.15Western Front
29/01/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-24 HSS10km N. Trier11.25Western Front
04/02/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-24RF-2: 4000m 10km SE Albert12Western Front
08/02/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26P-47SH-1 N. Laon11.1Western Front
08/02/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26P-47SH 1 N. Laon11.12Western Front
11/02/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26P-38PH-4 5km S. Valenciennes13.5Western Front
18/02/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26TyphoonN. Amiens: 20m12.05-10Western Front
24/02/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-17NW Ascheberg12.25Western Front
24/02/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-24Asslar: 7000m [NW Wetzlar]14Western Front
24/02/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26P-51NW Wetzlar-SE Bonn14.2Western Front
25/02/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-24Notweiler bei Bad Bergzabern: 6-7000m14.45Western Front
25/02/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-24zw. Landau u. Pirmasens: 6000m15.20-22Western Front
12/04/1944Ltn. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-24OM-PM: 5000m [Sprimont-Stavelot]13.1Western Front
24/04/1944Oblt. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-17NE St. Dizier: 7-8000m12.22Western Front
27/04/1944Oblt. Waldemar Radener7JG 26P-47SW Reims: 5000-500m17.42Western Front
29/04/1944Oblt. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-175km SE Roubaix13.35Western Front
08/05/1944Oblt. Waldemar Radener7JG 26P-47TG-SG [10km N. Soissons]10.32Western Front
11/05/1944Oblt. Waldemar Radener7JG 26B-24Bazoches-en-Dunois: 6-700m14Western Front
15/06/1944Oblt. Waldemar Radener7JG 26P-51E. Bonneval 20km S. Chartres-Western Front

Known Claims : 35

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 Oberfeldwebel Albert Kerscher, commander of 2nd company 511 Heavy Tank Battalion aided by a Panzer IV, two Hetzers, a Kingtiger and a Pak gun, successfully defended against concerted Soviet air and armoured attacks, his action buying valuable time for the evacuation of German wounded from Pilau and scoring his 100th victory in the process.

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 88mm AA guns of the 23rd Flak Regiment, used as anti-tank guns by orders of Rommel himself, are shown firing on British Matilda tanks of 4th/7th Royal Tank Regiment.

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