Image:Red Baron.jpg

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Photograph of Manfred von Richthofen, the Red Baron. He died in 1918, so the copyright has quite certainly expired in the US.

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Details: Willi Sanke postcard #503 (cropped), immediate image source . Photographer C. J. von Dühren, unknown death date. Published before 1920 in Germany. (Sanke's Postkartenvertrieb went out of business around 1918/20.)

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  • Luftwaffe
  • Manfred von Richthofen
  • Pour le Mérite
  • Flying ace
  • Portal:Germany/Anniversaries/April
  • Portal:Germany/Anniversaries/April/April 21
  • Portal:Germany/Anniversaries/All


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