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Examples of "reschke"
Reschke was born on 3 February 1922 at Mühlow, Province of Brandenburg. He joined the Luftwaffe in February 1941 and began training with the "Flieger-Ausbildung-Regiment" at Königsberg/Neumark. Reschke commenced pilot-training in spring 1942. In June 1943 Reschke served with Jagdgruppe 102, in Zerbst to undergo operational training. On completion of training, "Unteroffizier" Reschke was posted to 1st Staffel, Jagdgeschwader 302, based near Vienna in June 1944.
Erich Reschke opened Wyoming Pastry Shop in May 1980. Erich was originally from Germany but moved to the United States in 1967. Erich's son, Phil Reschke, has worked at the bakery since high school. Phil met his wife Kimberly Reschke when she applied for a cake decorating job at the bakery. Phil is currently a Certified Master Baker (CMB) from Retail Bakers of America.
Reschke is married and has 1 child. They attend Calvary Chapel Church in Klamath Falls.
On 16 June HMS Hermione was successfully attacked by the german submarine U-205 (KLt. Reschke) and sunk.
Unteroffizier Willi Reschke was JG 302's most prolific ace, scoring 14 of his eventual 26 combat claims with JG 302. He achieved his first success when he shot down two B-24s over Budapest on 2 July. Reschke rammed a B-24 on 7 July when his guns malfunctioned, successfully baling out of his stricken fighter.
On 7 July 1944 Unteroffizier Willi Reschke used his Messerschmitt Bf 109 to ram a Consolidated B-24 Liberator when his guns malfunctioned. The two falling aircraft were locked together, and it was some time before Reschke was able to free himself and bail out near Malacky, Slovakia.
In 1980, Erich Reschke filed a trademark for "Cincinnati's Original Bacher Rye Bread." . Bacher Rye is a specific type of rye bread.
Ethel Reschke (24 April 1911 – 5 June 1992) was a German actress. She appeared in more than 70 films and television shows between 1931 and 1977.
By the end of August 1944 Reschke had 14 victories to his credit. Re-equipping with the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-8, I./JG 302 was redesignated III./JG 301 on 30 September 1944. In October the unit transferred to Stendal near Berlin. On 1 January 1945 "Feldwebel" Reschke downed a B-17 for his 22nd victory claim but again, hit by return fire, he bailed out of his Fw 190 near Gardelegen. On 13 March he was awarded the Deutsches Kreuz in Gold. In March 1945 Reschke transferred to the "Geschwaderstab", JG 301. On 14 April he flew the new Focke-Wulf Ta 152 for the first time and claimed a Hawker Tempest of No. 486(NZ) Squadron shot down (pilot W/O O.J.Mitchell who was killed). On 20 April "Oberfeldwebel" Reschke received the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He claimed his last two victories of the war on 24 April when he downed two Soviet Yak-9s near Berlin.
According to the German Naval Sea Diary, the submarine "U-205", Commanded by Korvettenkapitän Franz-Georg Reschke shadowed and attacked the convoy. From the sea diary:
An early Ta 152 combat occurred on 14 April 1945 when "Oberfeldwebel" Willi Reschke tried to intercept a De Havilland Mosquito over Stendal, but failed to catch up due to engine trouble. On the evening of that same day, Reschke was to demonstrate that the Ta 152H could be used as a low altitude fighter. A section of four Hawker Tempest Vs of 486 (NZ) Squadron were out on patrol. After attacking a train near Ludwigslust, the section split up into pairs; Wing Commander Brooker ordered the Tempests flown by Flying Officer S. J. Short and Warrant Officer Owen J. Mitchell to make their own way back to base. On the way back, this pair, which was strafing targets along the railway tracks near Ludwigslust, was spotted by lookouts posted at Neustadt-Glewe. Three Ta 152s—flown by Reschke, "Oberstleutnant" Aufhammer and "Oberfeldwebel" Sepp Sattler—were scrambled, catching the Tempests by surprise. Reschke recalled:
Eric Werner Reschke is an American businessman and Republican politician currently serving in the Oregon House of Representatives. He represents the 56th district, which covers southern Klamath County and southwestern Lake County, including Klamath Falls.
Claudius was the daughter of the court actor and writer Erich Claudius and the actress Lisbeth Reschke. During her childhood, she appeared several times on the stage of the Meininger Theater. Her first engagement was in 1932 in Düsseldorf.
Reschke was a member of the Klamath Chamber Board from 2012 until 2016 and was elected to the House in 2016, defeating Democrat Al Switzer and independent Jonah Hakanson with 49% of the vote.
On 24 August, Reschke claimed a further B-24 but shortly afterwards, during an attack on a second, his aircraft was hit by return fire, and he baled out when P-51 fighters attacked his Bf 109.
Reschke was born in Beaverton, Oregon and graduated from Sunset High School. He attended Judson College and graduated from Oregon State University. He later resided in The Dalles and Corvallis before moving to Klamath Falls in 2001.
On 2 July he achieved his first successes when he claimed two United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) 15th Air Force B-24 Liberator bombers shot down over Budapest. On 7 July Reschke downed another B-24, this time by ramming when his guns malfunctioned, and successfully bailed out of his crippled fighter. On 24 August Reschke claimed a B-24 near Jindřichův Hradec but during an attack on a second his aircraft was hit by return fire and he attempted to force-land while under attack by P-51 fighters, having to use his parachute. On 29 August he shot down a B-17 bomber south of Zlín, although another Bf 109 fired on his Bf 109 G-6 and Reschke had to force-land damaged.
Willi Reschke (born 3 February 1922) is a former Luftwaffe ace and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross () during World War II, credited with 26 aerial victories in 70 missions. In 1999, Reschke recounted his wartime experiences in print, published in English in 2005 as ""Jagdgeschwader 301/302 'Wilde Sau': In Defense Of The Reich with the Bf 109, Fw 190 and Ta 152";" including writing about the late-war period he spent flying the exotic Focke-Wulf Ta 152 high-altitude fighter-interceptor designed by Kurt Tank.
In Gdańsk, Poland, in 1989, Alexander Reschke and Alexandra Piatkowska first meet on their way to a cemetery. Both are survivors from the end of World War II when many people from Poland and Germany were displaced as borders were re-drawn according to new treaties.
German submarine "U-205" was a Type VIIC U-boat of the "Kriegsmarine" during World War II. The submarine was laid down on 19 June 1940 by the Friedrich Krupp Germaniawerft yard at Kiel as yard number 634; launched on 20 March 1941; and commissioned on 3 May 1941 under the command of Franz-Georg Reschke.