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The grave of Manfred von Richthofen (1892-1918), a cavalry officer who became the most famous of all the World War I fighter pilots, bringing down a total of 80 Allied aircraft. He was shot down on 21 April 1918 and the British buried him in France with full military honours. The card on the nearest wreath bears tears the words, 'Royal Air Force'. [Original reads: 'Grave of German Airman - Baron Von Richthofen at Sailly le Sec, Somme.']

The grave of Manfred von Richthofen (1892-1918), a cavalry officer who became the most famous of all the World War I fighter pilots, bringing down a total of 80 Allied aircraft. He was shot down on 21 April 1918 and the British buried him in France with full military honours. The card on the nearest wreath bears tears the words, 'Royal Air Force'. [Original reads: 'Grave of German Airman - Baron Von Richthofen at Sailly le Sec, Somme.']

WW1: German trenches of Combles, captured by the French, 1916. The trenches have been pulverized with artillery fire.

WW1: German trenches of Combles, captured by the French, 1916. The trenches have been pulverized with artillery fire.

Red Baron

Red Baron

Red Baron accepting congratulations from Ernst von Hoeppner General of the German Air Strike Forces. (autograph)

Red Baron accepting congratulations from Ernst von Hoeppner General of the German Air Strike Forces. (autograph)

World War I in Photos: The Western Front Part II, and Armistice - The Atlantic

World War I in Photos: The Western Front, Part II, and Armistice

World War I in Photos: The Western Front Part II, and Armistice - The Atlantic

Inside view of a WWI trench at Massiges, northeastern France, on March 28, 2014. During the war, the battlefield between the Champagne and Argonne fronts was taken and lost several times by French and German troops between September 1914 and September 1915. During trench restoration works, in the last two years, the Main de Massiges Association has found seven bodies of WWI soldiers. (Reuters/Charles Platiau)

Inside view of a WWI trench at Massiges, northeastern France, on March 28, 2014. During the war, the battlefield between the Champagne and Argonne fronts was taken and lost several times by French and German troops between September 1914 and September 1915. During trench restoration works, in the last two years, the Main de Massiges Association has found seven bodies of WWI soldiers. (Reuters/Charles Platiau)

Fokker D.I 159/16

Fokker D.I 159/16

The coffin of Baron Manfred von Richthofen's (The Red Baron) is carried into the cemetery at Bertangles by six pilots of No.3 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, 22 April 1918...

Rare photographs of WWI German fighter pilot the Red Baron in action found in shoebox at British car boot sale

The coffin of Baron Manfred von Richthofen's (The Red Baron) is carried into the cemetery at Bertangles by six pilots of No.3 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, 22 April 1918...

German Zeppelin LZ 77, which raided eastern England in 1915 and was shot down by anti-aircraft fire over Revigny in France on 21 February 1916.

German Zeppelin LZ 77, which raided eastern England in 1915 and was shot down by anti-aircraft fire over Revigny in France on 21 February 1916.

Lothar-Siegfried Freiherr von Richthofen (27 September 1894 – 4 July 1922) was a German First World War fighter ace credited with 40 victories. He was a younger brother of top-scoring ace Manfred von Richthofen (the Red Baron) and a distant cousin of Luftwaffe Field Marshal Wolfram von Richthofen.

Lothar-Siegfried Freiherr von Richthofen (27 September 1894 – 4 July 1922) was a German First World War fighter ace credited with 40 victories. He was a younger brother of top-scoring ace Manfred von Richthofen (the Red Baron) and a distant cousin of Luftwaffe Field Marshal Wolfram von Richthofen.

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