Manfred Von Richthofen - The Red Baron and his aircrafts

Manfred Von Richthofen - The Red Baron and his aircraft

Manfred von Richthofen at the beach. I wrote a paper on the Red Baron but I didn't know this is what he looked like.

MvR at the beach (possibly Belgium). I don't think this is photo-shopped, due to the angle of his head, and I'm not familiar with any other photos in which his head appears at this angle.

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German ace Manfred Von Richthofen surrounded by his fellow pilots, at Roucourt, France. Q 42284

A smiling von Richthofen, Commander of Jasta surrounded by his fellow pilots who made impressive victory claims during the RFC’s ‘Bloody April’ of and his dog Moritz, at Roucourt, France.

Captain Manfred von Richtofen with the officers of the Jagdstaffel 11. From left to fight - unknown, unknown, Kurt Wolff, Ernst Udet, Werner Voss, unknown, Friedrich Noltenius, Karl Emil Schafer, unknown, Karl Allmenroder.

Q Captain Manfred von Richtofen with the officers of the Jagdstaffel From left to fight - unknown unknown Kurt Wolff Ernst Udet Werner Voss unknown Friedrich Noltenius Karl Emil Schafer unknown Karl Allmenroder

“Manfred Heals  This is manfred after he was injured, and he is recovering. it was during this time he wrote his book. I love this pciture because manfred is wearing his whole flying uniform, with pour le merite, but he has bandgadges on his head! He was a cheeky rascal who did not give up easily!”

On 6 July during combat with a formation of two seat fighters of No. 20 Squadron RFC, near Wervicq, Richthofen sustained a serious head wound, causing instant.

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thehistoryofviolence: “ Designed with direct input from Manfred von Richtofen himself in response to the potent Sopwith Triplane, the Fokker Dr.I was perhaps the iconic aircraft of the First World.