Rauh joined the Austrian Air Force in 1935 and became a flying instructor in 1937. In August 1941 he was trained as a Night Fighter pilot and on 16 January 1942 he was posted to 4./NJG 1, on the 27/28 April 1942 he took part in his first night mission and took part in a further two before joining 7./NJG 4. On 17 June 1942 he moved to 5./NJG 4 and became Staffelkapitan of 3./NJG 4 on 1 October 1942. As of 25 May 1944 he was promoted to command II./NJG 4. On the 30 December 1943 his Bf 110G-4 was attacked by a P-47 Thunderbolt and crash landed. On 21/22 November 1944 he shot down two bomber aircraft to claim his 23rd and 24th victories, but on the same night his Ju 88G-1 aircraft was shot down.
Major Hubert Rauh
Knight`s Cross of the Iron Cross
Hand signed 5in x 7in photograph - numbered and certified on reverse.
Accompanied by matching biography card giving a brief outline of their flying career with the Luftwaffe.