THE ERICH RUDORFFER TRIBUTE
Depicted is Erich Rudorffer when, as commanding officer of II/JG54, battles in his Fw190 over the war-torn, bitterly cold landscape of the Caucasus in late 1943.
Considered by many to be the Luftwaffe’s most versatile fighter ace of WWII, Erich Rudorffer served on every major front, flew all the classic German fighters and was renowned for his ability to shoot down multiple aircraft in succession.
The print is signed by the commanding officer depicted:
- Major Erich Rudorffer KC with Oak Leaves and Swords
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