I enjoyed reading the article by Mr. Owen on the Red Baron, Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen, on the Internet.
One minor correction - the "Flying Circus" was called that because of the fact that it was a highly mobile squadron that could be moved all over the front in a very short period of time, usually by train, like a circus. It wasn't originally because of the bright paint the members of Richthofen's squadron used on their planes. The Allies may have picked up that term from the Germans, who used it in the sense of the mobility of the squadron, and they may have assumed it had to do with the paint.
Like I said, a minor correction. Otherwise, a very enjoyable article.
Sincerely, Sue Patterson