| The War That Came Early |
POD: July 20, 1936;
Relevant POD: September 29, 1938
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
|Date of Birth:||20th century|
|Occupation:||Stuka tail gunner|
|Military Branch:||Luftwaffe (World War II)|
Sergeant Albert Dieselhorst was Lt. Hans-Ulrich Ridel's tail gunner and radio operator from the beginning of World War II. He earned an Iron Cross First class for accompanying Rudel in the test flight of his idea of arming Stukas with a pair of 37mm antipanzer weapons.