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Sep 1, 2022

[Answer] 4. Manfred von Richthofen of Germany was the highest scoring ace of World War I with 80 victories. What was his nickname?

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...1. Red Baron 2. Black Knight 3. Blue Max 4. White Lightning There was another von Richthofen who was a German fighter ace. Lothar von Richthofen was credited with 40 victories. He flew in Manfred's jasta (squadron) where Manfred considered him too reckless and called him a "shooter" rather than a "hunter." Reckless or not, Lothar scored his first 24 victories in the space of 7 weeks. He was, however, wounded three times during the war and spent a great deal of time in the hospital or recuperating. Lothar happened to be Manfred's younger brother. As is the case with most brothers, the older one got all the attention, the cool nickname and even a brand of pizza named after him while the younger one was forever known as "Manfred's brother."




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