[WWI] RIP MvR April 21 1918
rob at rob-stewart.to
Sun Apr 22 12:13:46 EDT 2007
I saw a show on the Discovery channel about it. Apparently MvR was shot from
below, probably by Australian troops.
Brad & Merville wrote:
> Actually it was Biggles. Good thing too, if MvR had been taken alive he
> likely would have been subjected to......The Comfy Chair!!
> nf: The Hangman's SPAD (Glencoe)
> nu: Back to the bloody Flashback 1 1/2 Strutter again.
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>> I thought Snoopy got 'im....
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>>> No he wasn't. Some PBI whose name I forget. Or some alien
>>> space craft, depending on who is making the latest
>>> revisionery documentary.
>>> Brad & Merville <bigglesrfc at sympatico.ca> wrote: It's 89
>>> years today MvR. was finally brought down by Roy Brown. One the
>>> most signifigant dates in WW1 aviation history, closely
>>> followed by the day
>>> Herr Timm painted Voss' cowl olive brown.
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