This lineup of Pfalz D.III aircraft of Jasta 10 is actually a close up of the more famous view seen in the lead article. In this view we see left to right: Ltn.d.R. Rüdenberg's aricraft with the diagonal fuselage stripe followed by Hecht's, unknown, and Bellen's. The oval inset shows a smiling Friedrich Rüdenberg. Also shown is a roster of available Jasta 75 aircraft and a pilot's badge. (Cover design by Aaron Weaver.)
Leutnant der Reserve Friedrich Rüdenberg by Dov Gavish, Ph.D., and Dieter H.M. Gröschel, M.D.
Fatalities of German Airmen as a Measure of Relative Air Activity and Victory Claims by Peter A. Fedders
Berlin War Graves ofAirmen Killed in World War I by Jürgen Ladek, Translated by Dieter H.M. Gröschel, M.D.
Munich Waldfriedhof War Graves of Bavarian Airmen Killed in World War I by Reinhard Kastner, Translated by Dieter H.M. Gröschel, M.D.
German Airmen Buried in Israil--The World War I Military Cemetery in Nazareth by Dr. Dov Gavis
Nachrichtenblatt der Luftstreitkräfte No. 14 Tanslated by Jan Hayzlett
Between the Lines
Mentioned in Dispatches