Alois Rodlauer

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Alois Rodlauer
Born 15 July 1897
Urfahr, Austria
Died 26 April 1975
Linz
Allegiance Austro-Hungary; Germany
Service/branch Infantry; aviation
Rank Leutnant
Unit Flik 60J, Flik 9J
Awards Order of the Iron Crown, Military Merit Cross, Medal for Bravery (2 awards), Military Merit Medal
Other work Served in German Luftwaffe during World War II

Leutnant Alois Rodlauer was a World War I flying ace credited with five aerial victories.[1]

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