First Lieutenant Max Immelmann (1890 - 1916), a letter to his mother, probably late 1915 Obviously written hastily in ink on chequered paper, short replies and a few questions answering some previous correspondence ("Well, at least I have finally answered the postcards"/"Many, many warm greetings from your son Max"). On the back "The fur coat in the chest is from Englishman no. 6." ... The fur needs repair. ... Also the compass, the wristwatch from no. 6, a radio button on the undercarriage ... of no. 4, machine gun lock of no. 3. Identi historic, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available

- Image ID: T3G0G5
First Lieutenant Max Immelmann (1890 - 1916), a letter to his mother, probably late 1915 Obviously written hastily in ink on chequered paper, short replies and a few questions answering some previous correspondence ("Well, at least I have finally answered the postcards"/"Many, many warm greetings from your son Max"). On the back "The fur coat in the chest is from Englishman no. 6." ... The fur needs repair. ... Also the compass, the wristwatch from no. 6, a radio button on the undercarriage ... of no. 4, machine gun lock of no. 3. Identi historic, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
INTERFOTO / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: T3G0G5
Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available

Similar stock images