[WWI] Lother's Plane - 'Richthofen's Eleven'
mikemuth at ptd.net
Sun Feb 20 17:26:27 EST 2005
I sort of remember reading about this scheme....I believe it was
Lowenhardt's airplane and Lothar was photographed in front of it. Can't
remember for sure.
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From: "Sean Brian Kirby" <acebuilder2003 at yahoo.com>
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Sent: Sunday, February 20, 2005 11:27 AM
Subject: [WWI] Lother's Plane - 'Richthofen's Eleven'
> Hello. Got this really nice Kagero book (yes, with
> decals), and on the back, it's got this yellow D.VII,
> said to be a mount of Lothar von Richthofen's, on the
> back. Is this a strictly conjectural profile? I'm
> thinking this, 'cause it is otherwise a relatively
> easy, and very colorful, scheme. Ya'd think you'd see
> it replicated pretty often, if believed to be actual.
> What's the skinny?
> This is obviously a late Fokker-built, but if this was
> an actual mount of the great ace, does one know if
> this plane were a D.VIIF, or had a Mercedes?
> Thanks, y'all. :)
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