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COLORIZED PRINTS MADE FROM WARTIME PHOTOGRAPH OF MANFRED von RICHTHOFEN WITH EARLY JASTA 11 MEMBERS

SKU: 16-445

$15.00

During the period of January-September 1917, Jasta 11 was WW I’s German dream squadron. The group, including Manfred and Lothar von Richthofen, Kurt Wolff, Karl Allmenröder, Karl Emil Schäfer, Sebastian Festner, and Otto Brauneck, brought Jasta 11 great fame and honor. Only one group member survived the war (Lothar von Richthofen, who died in a 1922 air crash. The print measures 16 3/4″ 11.” The print was produced from a wartime photograph depicting von Richthofen with his “cubs.” The Baron is seated in his red Albatros D. III. The photo was taken in early 1917. Later in the year, the month that became known as “Bloody April” was disastrous for the RFC when Jasta 11 shot down nearly one-hundred British airplanes.
These are attractive colorized prints suitable for framing. They measure 8 /2″ x 11″

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During the period of January-September 1917, Jasta 11 was WW I’s German dream squadron. The group, including Manfred and Lothar von Richthofen, Kurt Wolff, Karl Allmenröder, Karl Emil Schäfer, Sebastian Festner, and Otto Brauneck, brought Jasta 11 great fame and honor. Only one group member survived the war (Lothar von Richthofen, who died in a 1922 air crash. The print measures 16 3/4″ 11.” The print was produced from a wartime photograph depicting von Richthofen with his “cubs.” The Baron is seated in his red Albatros D. III. The photo was taken in early 1917. Later in the year, the month that became known as “Bloody April” was disastrous for the RFC when Jasta 11 shot down nearly one-hundred British airplanes.
These are attractive colorized prints suitable for framing. They measure 8 /2″ x 11″

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During the period of January-September 1917, Jasta 11 was WW I’s German dream squadron. The group, including Manfred and Lothar von Richthofen, Kurt Wolff, Karl Allmenröder, Karl Emil Schäfer, Sebastian Festner, and Otto Brauneck, brought Jasta 11 great fame and honor. Only one group member survived the war (Lothar von Richthofen, who died in a 1922 air crash. The print measures 16 3/4″ 11.” The print was produced from a wartime photograph depicting von Richthofen with his “cubs.” The Baron is seated in his red Albatros D. III. The photo was taken in early 1917. Later in the year, the month that became known as “Bloody April” was disastrous for the RFC when Jasta 11 shot down nearly one-hundred British airplanes.
These are attractive colorized prints suitable for framing. They measure 8 /2″ x 11″