Red Baron

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Red Baron

Post by Benjamin Fanjoy » 23 Jul 2002 06:11

I took these photo's of the Red Baron's airplane seat. From a private club in Toronto, I thought you guys might enjoy them.
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Relics of the Red Baron

Post by The Desert Fox » 22 Aug 2002 15:26

Excellent photo's Benjamin. Where is this club, and how did they come by the relics of this great ace?

I think some relics of the Red Barons plane can also be found at the Australian War memorial in Canberra Australia. The ace was shot down over the Australians lines.

He was buried with full military honours by members of the AIF.

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Post by Phil V » 22 Aug 2002 16:39

Desert Fox wrote :
Excellent photo's Benjamin. Where is this club, and how did they come by the relics of this great ace?

I think some relics of the Red Barons plane can also be found at the Australian War memorial in Canberra Australia. The ace was shot down over the Australians lines.

He was buried with full military honours by members of the AIF.


There's quite a lot of Red Baron related material at the Australian War Memorial still.

http://www.awm.gov.au/1918/people/rbaron.htm

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Post by Benjamin Fanjoy » 24 Aug 2002 22:20

Excellent photo's Benjamin. Where is this club, and how did they come by the relics of this great ace?

I think some relics of the Red Barons plane can also be found at the Australian War memorial in Canberra Australia. The ace was shot down over the Australians lines.

He was buried with full military honours by members of the AIF.


It is in a private club for Vet's in downtown Toronto.

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