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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 Third Victory
Saturday September 30, 1916 was a bright and sunny day when Richthofen encountered an enemy squadron over Lagincourt. After firing 200 shots the the British FE.2b piloted by Lt. Ernest Conway Leslie began to slowly glide down to the direction of Cambrai where it crashed and burned. Lansdale died later of his wounds and his gunner, Sgt.Albert Clarkson was KIA, either due to gunshot wounds or crash trauma. This was the Red Baron's 3rd aerial victory. Tom La Padula, oil on panel, 20" x16".