Jagdgeschwader 132 was a fighter wing of Nazi Germany's Luftwaffe before World War II. Formed in 1934 under the cover of Reklamestaffel Mitteldeutschland des DLV, the First Group was named in honour of Manfred von Richthofen on 14 March 1935. In 1938 the wing was renamed Jagdgeschwader 131, the wing was re-formed by renaming Jagdgeschwader 234, which in turn was renamed Jagdgeschwader 26 in May 1939.
|Fighter Wing 132|
Düsseldorf (staff, Second Group) and Köln-Ostheim
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