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Name: Julius Karl "Karlchen" Allmenröder
Orden Pour le Mérite (Blue Max)
Knight's Cross of the Royal House Order of Hohenzollern
Iron Cross 1st and 2nd class
Karl Allmenröder
Country: Germany
Rank: Leutnant
Units: FA 227
Jasta 11
Victories: 30
Born: 03 May 1896
Place of Birth: Wald, Germany
Died: 27 June 1917 Killed In Action
Place of Death: Zillebeke, Belgium
Cemetery: Evangelical Cemetery, Wald, Germany
 
 
The son of a pastor, Julius Karl Allmenröder studied medicine before the war. He served with a field artillery regiment before joining the Air Service with his older brother Wilhelm in 1916. Allmenröder honed his skills as a combat pilot under Manfred von Richthofen in Jasta 11. He scored 30 victories before he was killed in action.
Bayerisches Hauptstaatsarchiv; M√ľnchen; Abteilung IV Kriegsarchiv. Kriegstammrollen, 1914-1918; Volume: 18031. Kriegsrangliste: Bd. 1.
The Pueblo Chieftain, Pueblo, Colorado, 27 Jun 1917, page 1
 
Opponents
#21 Alan ScottNew Zealand
#29 Gerald NashCanada
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 16 Feb 1917 1200 Jasta 11   B.E.2c (4179) S of Roeux
2 09 Mar 1917 1030 Jasta 11   F.E.8 (6339) Hulluch
3 17 Mar 1917 1145 Jasta 11   Sopwith 1½ Strutter (A1111) Oppey
4 21 Mar 1917 1540 Jasta 11   B.E.2d (A2390) Loosbogen
5 30 Mar 1917 1415 Jasta 11   Nieuport 17 (6780) Near Bailleul
6 02 Apr 1917 1035 Jasta 11   B.E.2 (2510) SW of Lens
7 25 Apr 1917 1030 Jasta 11   R.E.8 (A3213) Guemappe
8 26 Apr 1917 1930 Jasta 11   B.E.2g (A2859) Vimy
9 27 Apr 1917 2025 Jasta 11   B.E.2c (2713) Athies-Fampoux
10 07 May 1917 1200 Jasta 11   B.E.2c (4595) Fresnoy
11 10 May 1917 0740 Jasta 11   Sopwith Pup (A6178) Vitry
12 13 May 1917 1145 Jasta 11   R.E.8 (A4245) Arleux
13 13 May 1917 2125 Jasta 11   Nieuport 23 (B1567) Ostricourt
14 14 May 1917 1130 Jasta 11   B.E.2e (2555) Guemappe
15 18 May 1917 2050 Jasta 11   B.E.2e (7074) W of Monchy
16 19 May 1917 0910 Jasta 11   Sopwith Fosse 8, Bethune
17 24 May 1917 0850 Jasta 11   F.E.2b (A5517) Boiry-Notre Dame
18 24 May 1917 0902 Jasta 11   Sopwith 1½ Strutter (A973) Izel-Ferme
19 25 May 1917 1045 Jasta 11   Nieuport 23 (A6778) Bois du Vert
20 25 May 1917 2045 Jasta 11   D.H.4 (A7409) Monchy
21 28 May 1917 0830 Jasta 11   Nieuport 23 (B1575) Feuchy-Tilloy
22 29 May 1917 1750 Jasta 11   B.E.2 (A4221) Oppy
23 03 Jun 1917 0730 Jasta 11   Nieuport Scout (B1618) Monchy
24 04 Jun 1917 1925 Jasta 11   R.E.8 (A4632) Cagnicourt
25 04 Jun 1917 2045 Jasta 11   S.E.5 (B1655) Monchy
26 05 Jun 1917 1120 Jasta 11   Sopwith 1½ Strutter (A8280) Ypres
27 18 Jun 1917 0950 Jasta 11   Nieuport 17 (B1638) Valorenhoek
28 24 Jun 1917 0920 Jasta 11   Sopwith Triplane (N6308) Polygon Wood
29 25 Jun 1917 1846 Jasta 11   Sopwith Triplane (N5376) W of Quesnoy
30 26 Jun 1917 2200 Jasta 11   Nieuport Scout (B1649) Ypres
Books
Franks, Norman, Frank Bailey and Russell Guest. Above the Lines: A Complete Record of the Fighter Aces of the German Air Service, Naval Air Service and Flanders Marine Corps, 1914-1918. London: Grub Street, 1993

Treadwell, Terry C. and Alan C. Wood. German Knights of the Air 1914-1918: The Holders of the Orden Pour le Mérite. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1998
 
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