The Great War Flying Museum  World War I Airplanes & WWI Museum :: Brampton, Canada 
The Great War Flying Museum
News News 
Get the latest news about the Great War Flying Museum
... click here »
 Our Planes Our Planes 
Museum aircraft are available for shows special events and ceremonial fly-pasts
... click here »
Events Events 
For a listing of upcoming events and airshow appearances
... click here »

Karl Allmenroder

Karl Allmenroder

Country: Germany
Born: 03 May 1896
Place of Birth: Wald, near Solingen
Deceased: 27 June 1917
Rank: Leutnant
Units: FA 227
Jasta 11
Victories: 30
Biography
The son of a pastor, Allmenröder studied medicine before the war. He served with a field artillery regiment before joining the Air Service with his brother Willi in 1916. Allmenröder honed his skills as a combat pilot under Manfred von Richthofen in Jasta 11. On 26 June 1917, he scored his 30th victory, downing a Sopwith Triplane flown by Canadian ace Gerald Nash.
  The Great War Flying Museum
c/o Brampton Flying Club · P.O. Box 27, Stn. Cheltenham · Caledon, Ontario · Canada L7C 3L7
Tel: (905) 838-4936 • E-mail: info@GreatWarFlyingMuseum.com
Web: www.GreatWarFlyingMuseum.com