Károly Kaszala

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Karl Kaszala
Born 1892
Nyitra, Austria-Hungary
Died 1932
Allegiance Austro-Hungarian Empire
Service/branch Aviation
Rank Offiziersstellvertreter
Unit Flik 14, Flik 1, Flik 41J
Awards German Iron Cross

Karl Kaszala was a Austro-Hungarian World War I flying ace credited with eight aerial victories who held the rank of Offiziersstellvertreter.[1]

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