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"1) Japanese: attacking parachuting enemies was a systematic practice endorsed by the doctrine of "aerial extermination action". The so-called Bushido code with "no mercy, no prisoners" attitude played also a part, but it was a secondary motive. Most important was the doctrine of "aerial extermination action" which considered enemy pilots as an enemy asset to be eliminated whenever possible.
2) Americans: attacking parachutig enemies often, but probably not a systematic practice as much as with Japanese.
3) Germans: at the Western front individual cases, at the Eastern front quite common practice but perhaps not as systematic as it was by Japanese. The nature of warfare at the German Eastern Front was more ruthless than at the Western Front, because ideological hate propaganda of both sides was more strong and demonised the enemy much more. One German officer described the Western Front being a "waiting room for hell" whereas the Eastern Front was the hell itself.
4) British/Commonwealth pilots: seems not to have been systematic practice, but individual cases existed.
5) Others: Polish - motivated by the revenge spirit to make frequent attacks? Italians - not known cases as far as I know.
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Zwernemann Josef - Oblt. - JG52, JG77, JG11
Weßling Otto - Oblt. - JG3
Omert Emil - Hptm. - JG3, JG2, JG77
Süß Ernst - Oblt. - JG52, JG50, JG11
Zweigert Eugen-Ludwig - Oblt. - JG54
Schwaiger Franz - Lt. - JG3
Barten Franz - Hptm. - JG51, JG53
Ehrenberger Rudolf - Obfw. - JG53
Rohwer Detlev - Hptm. - JG3, JG1
Feldwebel Hermann Förster 2./JG 27
Leutnant Karl Paashaus 5./JG 53
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