Keith Anderson WW1 Aviator
Sunday, October 9, 2011
THE AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL CANBERRA
During the last school holidays i went to the war memorial to see the WW1 collection. We were able to find some interesting articles from the time of Keith Anderson's operations in Belgium/ France.
A map of the Western Front.
There was also a flying boot from the Barron Von Richtohfen which survived his crash. Anderson would have needed something like it to fly at freezing altitudes.
A Captured German Albatross - one of the most deadly fighter aircraft of WW1
A Camel like the one Anderson would have flown
A WW1 Poster of Aircraft
An SE5 like the one's Flown by RAF and RAC
We paid our respects to the unknown soldier buried at the War Memorial before leaving.
LEST WE FORGET
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