|The Red Baron was buried with military honours by the Australian Flying Corps in the cemetery of Bertangles some distance from the village on 22 April 1918, the day after he was shot down in an airbattle. Others say he was shot down by a soldier on the gound. No one knows. People still argue it.
After the end of WW1 he was exhumed and reburied at the German War Cemetery at Fricourt (Somme) by his brother who lived in Berlin.
At the gate to the cemetery there is a memorial to The Red Baron.
Location: Amiens, France
Category: World War I
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