The Red Baron: WW1 German Flying Ace.(Manfred von Richthofen:80 Air Combat Victories).: (WW1: Young Adult & Teen War Stories). (WW1 Military Teenager Series. Book 5)

The Red Baron WW German Flying Ace Manfred von Richthofen Air Combat Victories WW Young Adult Teen War Stories WW Military Teenager Series Book s Best Selling WW Military Teenager Series About The Author Alex Devaney is an Independent Publisher Author and Freelance Writer Since receiving a Honours Diploma in Freelance and Feature Writi

  • Title: The Red Baron: WW1 German Flying Ace.(Manfred von Richthofen:80 Air Combat Victories).: (WW1: Young Adult & Teen War Stories). (WW1 Military Teenager Series. Book 5)
  • Author: Alex Devaney
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • s 2017 Best Selling WW1 Military Teenager Series About The Author Alex Devaney is an Independent Publisher, Author and Freelance Writer Since receiving a Honours Diploma in Freelance and Feature Writing from London School of Journalism, Alex has had numerous articles published on Military History, Social History, and Military Crime Alex has also published twel s 2017 Best Selling WW1 Military Teenager Series About The Author Alex Devaney is an Independent Publisher, Author and Freelance Writer Since receiving a Honours Diploma in Freelance and Feature Writing from London School of Journalism, Alex has had numerous articles published on Military History, Social History, and Military Crime Alex has also published twelve ebooks on Military History 100th World War One Anniversary 1914 1918 Maps, Photographs and Famous Leaders.4 Stars Review by M USA Site I really liked it This is a quick and very good read Written in a straight to the point and easy to grasp manner 3 stars Review Brazil Site Fernando Procopius A good read for anyone who wants to know only the basics of the German ACE 4 Star Review Raymond McDonald I like it Well worth reading Very good 5 Star Review Mark R I like his style There is no fluff, no padding, just the relevant facts along with the right background information The Red Baron was a thoroughly good, informative read I highly recommend it Manfred von Richthofen, was the infamous Red Baron, who stalked the skies in a reign of terror during WW1 He hunted down his prey with military precision then executed his kill with no mercy His distinctive red plane struck fear and awe in the hearts of British, French, Canadian American Aviators who fought the German eagle in aerial combat dogfights over the battlefields of the Western Front Manfred von Richthofen, the celebrated flying ace of German propaganda, achieved 80 aerial combat victories He was awarded numerous decorations, including the Iron Cross 1st 2nd Class and the Order Pour Le Merite, before he was shot down and killed at the age of 25 Forever immortalised as the legendary Red Baron, his memory lives on into the 21st Century, in this historic year of the 100th Anniversary of WW1 This e book has been accurately researched and proof read It is ideal for readers with a general interest in WW1 Scroll up and click on the Look Inside feature of this e book at the top left hand side of the page.Tags Kindle Short Reads, Manfred von Richthofen, Famous Red Baron, Iron Cross, Order Pour Le Merite, Aerial Dogfights, Western Front, German Propaganda, War Crime, Aviation History, WW1 Fighter Pilots, Military Crime Books, Canadian Australian Aviators, French German Aviators, WW1 Aviation Books,

    One thought on “The Red Baron: WW1 German Flying Ace.(Manfred von Richthofen:80 Air Combat Victories).: (WW1: Young Adult & Teen War Stories). (WW1 Military Teenager Series. Book 5)”

    1. What a Manfred!Succinct and nicely paced. A fitting centennial tribute for a remarkable warrior. I like to imagine he flies free now, with no need to kill.

    2. This is a quick read. Written in a straight to the point and easy to grasp manner it focus where it should focus — Manfred von Richthofen's life story.

    3. Tells the story of Manfred von Richthofen from a young man to his death and the question who shot him down, and it was not Snoopy.

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