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I DEAD MAN FLYING. I j GERMAN AIRMAN'S AMAZING! EXPERIENCE. ⢠Captam Boloke, the German airman who was killed at the end of October, described an amazing occurrence in the air in a letter which is published in the book of his Field Reports just issued in Germany. He describes all encounter between English ajid German ait- squadrons near B- on September 27. "My antagonist," he says, "tried to get. away/ but I stuck to him | ap- parently firing all the time at point-blank range]. But I couldn't help admiring his endurance. "I must liave settled him long ago. but iviund and round he kept on flyihg as well as ever. It was too much to stomach. I said to myself, 'The fellow's dead lone ago, but the plane keeps un the lever because he's got, rubber bands keeping the steering-gear right. So I flew close in a,nd there I saw the Englishman slightly toppled over to the side sitting at his wheel stone dead." The number of the machine, savs Bolcke. was 7.495.

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