Kurt Dahlmann was a German pilot, attorney, journalist, newspaper editor and political activist. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves of Nazi Germany.Early life Dahlmann was born in Königsberg . In 1925 Dahlmann and his family moved to Danzig, where he was educated. Upon completing his Abitur in 1936 he took up flight training at the Fliegerübungsstelle at Marienburg in Elbing. He began his flying career smuggling rationed gasoline from Germany to Poland in a light two seat aircraft, the second seat being used to hold a gasoline canister. Following obligatory service in the Reichsarbeitsdienst he was inducted into the Luftwaffe in November 1937 and furthered his flight training at Luftkriegsschule 3 , Wildpark-West near Werder. In 1939 shortly before the start of the Second World War he received his commission as a Luftwaffe Lieutenant.Source: Wikipedia
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