Red Knight of Germany 1927
1927. The story of Baron von Richthofen, Germany's great war bird. Manfred von Richthofen was known as the Red Knight or, more commonly, the Red Baron due to the color of his plane. As a German aviator in World War I, he was attributed with eighty kills, or enemy planes shot down, and ended up being killed in action in 1918.
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This is a detailed account of the aerial combat of "The Red Baron" of Germany, during WW I. Great insight into the life of the greatest German pilot of WW I. Read full review
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The Red Knight of Germany itemizes and documents every mission, every victory, of this prodigy of aerial combat, in matchless writing worthy of its mighty ...
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