Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Hans Röhrig (4 November 1919 13 July 1943) was a former German Luftwaffe fighter ace and recipient of the Knight's Cross during World War II. Hans Röhrig was credited with 75 victories. He recorded 56 victories over the Eastern front and 19 victories recorded over the Western front.Hans Röhrig was first assigned to Erprobungsgruppe 210. He flew many fighter-bomber missions over England during the Battle of Britain and according to one source, recorded five aerial victories during this time but those victories remain unconfirmed. On 1 May 1941, Röhrig was transferred to JG 53 stationed on the Eastern front. He recorded his first victory on 25 July, when he shot down a Russian DB-3 twin-engine bomber. Röhrig relocated with 3./JG 53 to the Mediterranean theatre at the end of 1941. From bases in Sicily, he flew missions over Malta but was unable to add any further victory during this time.