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List of World War II aces from Czechoslovakia

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List of World War II aces from Czechoslovakia

This is a list of fighter aces in World War II from Czechoslovakia. For other countries see List of World War II aces by country

Contents

  • B 1
  • C 2
  • D 3
  • F 4
  • H 5
  • J 6
  • K 7
  • M 8
  • P 9
  • S 10
  • V 11

B

Name Kills Awards Notes
Bobek, Ladislav "Lada" 5

C

Name Kills Awards Notes
Cizek, Evzen 5 KIA 26 November 1940
Cukr, Venceslas (Vaclav) "Cooper" 9 Awarded Croix de Guerre w/4 Palms (France), Médaille militaire (France), Légion d'honneur (France), DFC (UK). Battle of France, Battle of Britain, and RAF Fighter Squadron Leader. Later RAF Fighter Test Pilot. Died in New Zealand, 24 October 1989 leaving a wife and three children.

D

Name Kills Awards Notes
Doležal, František "Dolly" 6 KIA 4 October 1945
Dygrýn-Ligotický, Josef D 5 KIA 4 June 1942

F

Name Kills Awards Notes
Fechtner, Emil 5 DFC KIA 29 October 1940
Fejfar, Stanislav B 8 KIA 17 May 1942
František, Josef 17 DFM* (Czechoslovakian Air Force until Nazi occupation, then served with Polish Air Force) KIA 8 October 1940
Furst, Bohumil 6

H

Name Kills Awards Notes
Hanus, Josef Jan 5 DFC

J

Name Kills Awards Notes
Janouch, Svatopluk 5
Jicha, Vaclav 7 DFC KIFA 1 February 1945

K

Name Kills Awards Notes
Klan, Jan 5
Kratkoruky, Bedrich 5 MIA 15 January 1943
Kucera, Jiri V 5
Kucera, Otmar 7 DFC
Kuttelwascher, Karel Miroslav "Kut" 20 DFC*, CdG (Czechoslovakian Air Force until Nazi occupation, served with Royal Air Force)

M

Name Kills Awards Notes
Mansfeld, Miroslav Jan 12 DSO, DFC, CdeG

P

Name Kills Awards Notes
Peřina, František 12 CdG (Czechoslovakia Air Force until Nazi occupation, served with France Air Force)
Plzak, Stanislav 6 MIA 7 August 1941
Prchal, Eduard M 6
Prihoda, Josef 5 DFC MIA 6 March 1943
Půda, Rajmund 5

S

Name Kills Awards Notes
Smik, Otto 13 DFC
Šrom, Leopold 8
Stehlík, Josef 10
Svetlík, Ladislav 5

V

Name Kills Awards Notes
Vašátko, Alois 14 DSO, DFC (Czechoslovakia Air Force until Nazi occupation, served with France Air Force) KIA 3 June 1942
Vybíral, Tomáš 7 DSO, DFC
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