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Richthofen

[ rikht-hoh-fuhn ]
/ ˈrɪxtˌhoʊ fən /
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noun

Baron Man·fred von [mahn-freyt fuhn], /ˈmɑn freɪt fən/, "Red Baron" or "Red Knight", 1892–1918, German aviator.

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Richthofen
/ (German ˈrɪçthoːfən) /

noun

Baron Manfred von (ˈmanfreːt fɔn), nickname the Red Baron . 1892–1918, German aviator; commander during World War I of the 11th Chasing Squadron (Richthofen's Flying Circus). He was credited with 80 air victories before he was shot down
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