As a pilot, the profession brings one above the rest as a matter of course. As a military pilot, flying brings one into danger as a matter of duty. As a man, Hans-Ulrich Rudel rose above all others, certainly in the context of World War II and within the German Military. Flying over 2,000 missions in the Stuka dive bomber and bearing the highest decoration of any soldier, Rudel survived over 30 crashes and was able to take out over 800 enemy vehicles, hundreds of tanks and even a battleship. After the war he was the top candidate for the German Reich Party, and spent much of his time consulting with presidents of South American nations as a military adviser.
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– Imperium, Yockey (1948)
– Stuka Pilot, Rudel (1958)
– Enemy at the Gates, Annaud (2001)
– Carlos, Assayas (2010)
– Black Pilled – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvaHgYcWAAcn5D54w4Dqezg