The Body of Max Immelmann
So recently I devoted more time to going back and studying the early war aces again. I got to Immelmann and began wondering a few details regarding his corpse. I know that his E.III wreck was so horrible that they could only knew it was him because of the remaining green fabric on the bits of the surviving fuselage and the handkerchief he carried with him with his initials on it (and it's no wonder when one closely examines the photographs of the wreck). Which brings me to my first question: are there any accounts of the recovery of his body? Or just of the wreck for that matter?
And, if so, was any autopsy/examination of it performed (I'm doubtful on this, but it never hurts to check and get a confirmation on yes or no)? Who performed it and when? Finally, what became of his body and the wreck of his plane?