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A speculation that his opponents organised a flypast at his funeral, giving rise to the missing man formation ,  is most unlikely and totally unsupported by any contemporary evidence.
In the early s the French authorities created a military cemetery at Fricourt , in which a very large number of German war dead, including Richthofen, were reinterred. The family's intention was for Manfred to rest in the Schweidnitz cemetery, next to the graves of his father and his brother Lothar , who had been killed in a post-war air crash in Later the Nazi regime held a further grandiose memorial ceremony over this grave, erecting a massive new tombstone with the single word: In , the remains were moved to a family plot at the Südfriedhof in Wiesbaden, where he is buried next to his brother Bolko, his sister Elisabeth, and her husband.
For decades after World War I, some authors questioned whether Richthofen achieved 80 victories, insisting that his record was exaggerated for propaganda purposes. Some claimed that he took credit for aircraft downed by his squadron or wing. In fact, Richthofen's victories are better documented than those of most aces. A study conducted by British historian Norman Franks with two colleagues, published in Under the Guns of the Red Baron in , reached the same conclusion about the high degree of accuracy of Richthofen's claimed victories.
There were also unconfirmed victories that would put his actual total as high as or more. For comparison, the highest scoring Allied ace was Frenchman René Fonck , with 75 confirmed victories  and a further 52 unconfirmed behind enemy lines. It is also significant that while Richthofen's early victories and the establishment of his reputation coincided with a period of German air superiority , many of his successes were achieved against a numerically superior enemy, who were flying fighter aircraft that were on the whole better than his own.
Captain Roy Brown, who was officially credited with shooting down Richthofen, donated the seat of the Fokker triplane in which the German flying ace made his final flight to the Royal Canadian Military Institute in Tributes At various times, several different German military aviation Geschwader literally "squadrons"; equivalent to Commonwealth air force "groups", French escadrons or USAF "wings" have been named after the Baron:.
In , a newly launched Kriegsmarine navy seaplane tender was also named Richthofen. The engine of Richthofen's DR. I was donated to the Imperial War Museum in London, where it is still on display. The control column joystick of Richthofen's aircraft can be seen at the Australian War Memorial , in Canberra. Sign In Don't have an account? This article is about the WWI flying ace. For other uses, see Red Baron disambiguation.
Richthofen wears the Pour le Mérite , the "Blue Max", Prussia 's highest military order in this official portrait, c. Contents [ show ]. John Simpson, quoting Richthofen's own description of his first flying experience. List of victories of Baron von Richthofen. Firing party presenting arms as the coffin passes into the cemetery, borne on the shoulders of six pilots of No.
Bertangles, France 22nd April, However, recent research has proved that he received the usual class of that order common for an officer of his rank: However, he successfully completed the training and served for nearly five months as an observer before retraining as a pilot. Retrieved 16 July Who fired the fatal shot? Published online by anzacs. Beloved French Ace, 53 victories. The Missing Man Formation. Lothar Freiherr von Richthofen. The Man and the Aircraft He Flew.
A True History of the Red Baron. The Air Up There: More Great Quotations on Flight. Franks, Norman ; Bailey, Frank W. Franks, Norman and Frank W. Under the Guns of the Red Baron: Grub Street, , First edition Grey, Peter and Owen Thetford. German Aircraft of the First World War. Osprey Publishing Co, Flying Machines Press, Ernst Siegfried Mittler und Sohn, The Dream Of Civilized Warfare: University Of Minnesota Press, The Autobiography of the Red Baron. Red and Black Publishers, reprint.
Concerning death Allmers, Dr. Was the "Red Baron" fit to fly? Franks, Norman and Alan Bennett. The Red Baron's Last Flight: The Day the Red Baron Died. Aviation in World War I. Retrieved from " http: Jasta 11 , Jagdgeschwader 1. Lothar von Richthofen brother , Wolfram von Richthofen cousin see Richthofen for more. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Red Baron. Commanding Officer of Jagdstaffel 11 New title Unit formed.