April 22, 1918 – The Red Baron – Today in History

By way of comparison, the highest scoring Allied ace of the Great War was Frenchman René Fonck, with 75 confirmed victories. The highest scoring fighter pilot from the British Empire was Canadian B…

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2 thoughts on “April 22, 1918 – The Red Baron – Today in History

  1. Pingback: April 22, 1918 – The Red Baron – Today in History – RudyCarrera.com

  2. I watched a good documentary about his last day. They went into great detail to recreate the circumstances of his death, and concluded that he was hit by small-arms fire from troops on the ground. Maybe he shouldn’t have flown in such a flamboyant aircraft?
    Best wishes, Pete.

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