First Lieutenant Max Immelmann - a letter to his mother dated 2 December 1914, shortly after his transfer to FEA 1 in Berlin-Adlershof Six pages hand-written in ink (deletions and additions partly in pencil): He has been in Berlin for nine days and has already had 20 take-offs. He reassures his mother, however (tr): "But you needn´t worry something may happen to me, it's at least as safe as sitting on a club chair on level ground, only 10 times more pleasant". He describes his flight lessons (tr): "Since the sixth takeoff I´ve been steering myself", and "Why do we fly so , Editorial-Use-Only

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First Lieutenant Max Immelmann - a letter to his mother dated 2 December 1914, shortly after his transfer to FEA 1 in Berlin-Adlershof Six pages hand-written in ink (deletions and additions partly in pencil): He has been in Berlin for nine days and has already had 20 take-offs. He reassures his mother, however (tr): "But you needn´t worry something may happen to me, it's at least as safe as sitting on a club chair on level ground, only 10 times more pleasant". He describes his flight lessons (tr): "Since the sixth takeoff I´ve been steering myself", and "Why do we fly so , Editorial-Use-Only
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