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World War I

French Air Service (Aeronautique Militaire Francaise)
NAME                            VICTORIES           UNIT               COMMENTS

Marinovič, Pierre                  21    (+3 P)     N.38, Spa.94       1.    
Pawlikowski, Stefan                 3    (+3 PSW)   Spa.96             2., 3.
Mancewicz, Antoni                   1               Spa.96             3.
                   
de Rudowski, Julien                 -               G.D.E., C.10
Kossowski, Jerzy                    -               Pau
Mickiewicz, Wladyslaw               -               Spa.153            3.
Raszewski, Jan                      -               Spa.96
Turowski                            -               Spa.100            3.
Wróblewski, Anton                   -                                  4.
Comments:
  1. Many sources told that Pierre (Petar) Marinovič is the French or he is the Russian; but indeedly he was a son of Serbian (father) and Polish (mother) parents (Goworek, Tomasz: Pierwsze samoloty mysliwskie lotnictwa polskiego, Aerohobby, Wydawn. Czasopism i Ksiazek Technicznych, Warszawa 1991; War is Over - WW1 aces of Russian Empire, http://wio.ru/ww1a/ace1.htm).
  2. Not confirmed victories. Stefan Pawlikowski is sometimes credited with three victories during Polish-Soviet War (Skulski, Przemyslaw - Sankowski, Wojciech: Asy Wojny 1914-1918, Ace Publication 1994) or one confirmed victory (Magnus, Allan: Air Aces Home Page, http://users.accesscomm.ca/magnusfamily/airaces1.htm).
  3. He was flying by Imperial Russian Air Service (Императорскый Военно-Воздушный Флот) before Russian revolution.
  4. Antoni Wróblewski was A. Wroniecki during his service in Imperial German Military Air Service (Fliegertruppe / Luftstreitkräfte).
P: probable
PSW: Polish-Soviet War 1919-1920.

Pierre Marinovič
Pierre Marinovič
21 confirmed victories
3 probable

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Sources & Literature
  1. Bailey, Frank W. - Cony, Christophe: The French Air Service War Chronology 1914-1918, Day-To-Day Claims and Losses by French Fighter, Bomber and Two-Seat Pilots on The Western Front, Grub Street, 2002.
  2. Čejka, Zdeněk: Letci českého původu, in Letectví + kosmonautika Speciál, No. 08, 2006.
  3. Franks, Norman L.R. - Bailey, Frank W.: Over the Front: A Complete Record of the Fighter Aces and Units of the United States and French Air Services, 1914-1918, Grub Street, London 1992.
  4. Goworek, Tomasz: Pierwsze samoloty mysliwskie lotnictwa polskiego, Aerohobby, Wydawn. Czasopism i Ksiazek Technicznych, Warszawa 1991.
  5. Méchin, David: La valeur n’attend pas le nombre des années, Pierre Marinovitch, in Le Fana de l'Aviation, No. 1, 2017.
  6. Oštrić, Šime: Petar (Pierre) Marinović, Srpski pilot na Zapadnom frontu u Prvom svetskom ratu, in AERO Magazin, No. 46, 2003.
  7. Sikora, Piotr: Asy polskiego lotnictwa, Oficyne Wydawnicza Alma-Press, Warszawa, 2014.
  8. Skulski, Przemyslaw - Sankowski, Wojciech: Asy Wojny 1914-1918, Ace Publication 1994.
  9. Gleize, Jean-Paul: Aces, http://jpgleize.perso.neuf.fr/aces/homeaces.htm.
  10. Letciki - asy Pervoj mirovoj, http://www.airwar.ru/history/aces/ace1ww/sk_other.html.
  11. Polscy lotnicy PWS, dws.org.pl, Twoje forum o wojnach światowych, http://www.dws.org.pl/viewtopic.php?f=77&t=119239.
  12. Stefan Pawlikowski, http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Pawlikowski.

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