Regarding, "Grasshopper vs. Feisler Storch," a "throwback" to ORIGINAL aerial combat in WWI (observation aircraft crews fired at each other with hand-held individual weapons) but in WWII!
During WWII, Mussolini was rescued (as in, sprung from Italian custody/confinement) on Hitler's orders, then evacuated in a Feisler Storch, accompanied by the pilot and commando Scorzini (sp?), all 3 crowded in the 2-seat cockpit. The "over-gross" loading takeoff from the mountaintop landing zone suggests a considerably powerful engine in the little Storch airplane.
(Mussolini's career (lastly, as a Nazi puppet head of state) soon thereafter had a grim and grisly outcome, not from any aviation event.)
“You better put down that gun. You got two ways to go, put it down or use it. Even if you tie me, you’re gonna be dead.” "John Russell" (Paul Newman), Hombre