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Karl Bolle

Karl Bolle

Country: Germany
Born: 20 June 1893
Place of Birth: Berlin
Deceased: 09 October 1955
Rank: Rittmeister
Units: Jasta 2, 28
Kasta 23
KG 4
Victories: 36
Biography

Born on 20 June 1893 in Berlin, Bolle was the son of an academic. After fighting in the infantry, Bolle joined the Air Service in February 1916. By July 1918, he had a score of 28 victories, and finished the war with a score of 36. After the war he was appointed Director of the German Transportation Flying School. During World War Two, he was a special advisor to the Luftwaffe. He died in Berlin on 9 October 1955.

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