World War 1 tales: the last flight
Photographer Alfred Adams was born in 1896 and became an observer in the First World War taking pictures over enemy lines. He was shot down by the famous 'Red Baron' Manfred von Richthofen over France along with his pilot Donald Stewart in April 1917. They landed across enemy lines and both survived as prisoners of war. This tale tells how Alfred ended up spending his 21st birthday in a German prisoner of war camp, where he was visited by the Red Baron himself.
Bestselling author of Horrible Histories, Terry Deary gives readers aged 7+ a fascinating look at the First World War in the air, from both sides.
Soft cover, illustrated, 61 pages.