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“I never attempt to demystify or explain Richthofen, but while working on the project I tried very hard to understand him.”
“Richthofen is today known by this nickname even in Germany, although during his lifetime he was more often described in German as Der Rote Kampfflieger, (variously translated as the The Red Battle Flyer or The Red Fighter Pilot).”
“Furthermore, in Richthofen’s published letters to his mother (translated as “Letters from the Trenches” and also published in his mothers book, “The Mother of Eagles” which was also translated as “My Diary”).”
“In the end we had the whole farm-yard moving around in proper formation - (Laughter) with a big, fat sow leading, with iron crosses and "Richthofen" written on its back.”
“The German air force still commemorates its old rivalry with Britain - its 71st Squadron is named "Richthofen" in honour of Manfred von Richthofen, the Red Baron, who shot down 80 planes in the first world war - many of them British.”
“I decided that no matter who Richthofen was, he would deliver my message about the war.”
“Why do you think Richthofen was allowed to fly after his life-threatening head injury on July 6, 1917?”
“After all, Richthofen-specialists and world famous historians with concentrations in WW1 warfare and aerial combat strongly approved the film as to its accuracy.”
“Though much remains a mystery about who exactly shot down Richthofen on his fateful last day, records based upon distance, position and recovery of a single, intact .303 British machine gun cartridge fairly ascertain that Canadian gunner, Sergeant Cedric Popkin was the likely killer.”
“The highest value of Richthofen was his legendary, international fame.”
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