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Moving Image / BD-0020 Anthony Fokker Film narrated by Gordon Permann

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BD-0020 Anthony Fokker Film narrated by Gordon Permann
Contributing Institution
San Diego Air and Space Museum Library and Archives
Moving Image Collection
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Video and oral description of events on 1917-1918 film taken by Anthony Fokker of German Air planes. Featuring actual footage of Manfred von Richtofen (the Red Baron) test flying a Fokker triplane. And footage of Von Richtofen and Fokker chatting with Royal Flying Corps Lt. Algernon Bird who had been shot down by Richtofen. World War One Historian Gordon Permann narrates during the film. From the archives of the San Diego Air and Space Museum Please do not use for commercial purposes without permission.
moving image
Fokker (Aircraft Manufacturer)
Anthony Fokker (Aircraft Designer)
SDASM/Oral History
Sdasm oral history

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