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Mission Date: 12th August 1940
Unit: Stab 6./JG26
Aircraft: Bf 109 E-1
Markings: 4 + -
Aerodrome: Marquise East
Pilot Status: OK
Aircraft Status: RTB.
I confirm that Leutnant Rook downed a Hurricane over Lympe at ca. 5000m. The time was 17.55 when he scored effective hits on the enemy aircraft, damaging the oil and air radiators. Shortly after that, I passed the enemy aircraft which was on its way to the ground with a dead engine and trailing oil and water vapor.
As more and more radio calls came in, that Pilots were engaged with Spitfires, I called out to RTB.
I also confirm a kill of Unteroffizier Huff Duff over a Spitfire close to French point. This Spit was chasing me at high altitudes to french point. I evade in a steep dive which the Brit didn't follow. He choosed to chase Unteroffizier Huff Duff. With the energy from my dive, I clsed the distance and opened fire on the Spit. Hauptmann Trautloff also joined the fight and the three of us performed an energy fight from the books with this poor guy. The only thing he could do was turning hard with his lower wingtip in the water. It was Unteroffizier Huff Duff who scored the main hits, causing the Spit's radiator to explode. Shortly after that, the Spit went into the water, around 500m away from french point. It's markings were SH - U. This is Luftwaffe territory, old chap!