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Mark Costa wrote:Rudel certainly holds the highest award but the most decorated was Theodor Tolsdorff. Mark Costa
Mark Costa wrote:I hate to say it but neither Molders nor Wittman even come close to being the most decorated. Most decorated means most medals for bravery etc. Rudel certainly holds the highest award but the most decorated was Theodor Tolsdorff. He had numerous combat decorations such as General assault badges, infantry badges, all three wound badges, and of course the Oak leaves with swords and Diamonds to the KC.
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