WWI Airmen Deaths Showed Humanity, Chivalry Amidst WWI Monstrosity

There might have been more humanity expressed in the First World War than what we have been told or led to believe after all. In the middle of the horror that was so like WWI, there are stories that offer glimmer of human spirit between two opposing camps such as this one.

Two British airmen have failed to return and their fates unknown after taking patrol responsibilities over the enemy’s grounds. A month later, however, a German WWI aircraft took time and the danger to send note to the British line informing the latter about the airmen’s deaths.

, Sunday Telegraph’s 




Heziel Pitogo

Heziel Pitogo is one of the authors writing for WAR HISTORY ONLINE