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eHangar Top 10 Aviation Art Originals of the Year 2021 (Traditional Mediums)
Posted by: Tom La Padula
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Richthofen's Second Victory
Manfred von Richthofen, encountered Sgt. Herbert Bellerby and his squadron flying Martinsyde's G100's over Bapaume, France on September 23,1916. Richthofen fired over 300 rounds causing Sgt. Bellerby to make a hard landing, which overturned his plane. Bellerby died of wounds. He went down near Beugny and was buried in a grave that was lost during the turmoil of war. This was Richthofen's second aerial victory. Tom La Padula, 20"x 16" oil on panel.