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Re: Caucasians in MIG's
> >>US NEWS & WORLD REPORT reported during the Korean War in several issues
>that some of the radio traffic controlling the MIG's was in German, causing
>them to speculate that East German pilots were a-foot. Haven't a clue as
>to whether this was accurate or not.<<
When you think about it, using German would make sense because it is unlikely
the Soviet pilots spoke Chinese and using Russian would have been a give-away.
If anyone has more information on this, please post. Interesting.
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