I read every book I could find on The Red Baron when I was a teenager. I was fascinated by the adventure and tragedy of the Great War aces, particularly Manfred von Richthofen and Werner Voss. So I was really excited when I was selected to narrate this short biography of von Richthofen.
It's only a few dollars, about an hour and a half long -- good for a day's commute -- and covers all of the relevant details of the Red Baron's life and military career, including the controversy surrounding his death. If you've always wanted to know more about the Red Baron (or you thought he was fictional!), but don't want to invest the kind of time I did to learn about the greater context of World War I and the other pilots who flew with and against von Richthofen, then this is the book for you.
I did a light German accent for Manfred von Richthofen (heavy German accents don't come through very well in compressed audio), and pronounced all of the German and French words with their proper native accents.
(If you're interested in reading more about The Red Baron and his squadron, "The Flying Circus," (no, not Monty Python) then you should check out the definitive work on the subject: Richthofen: A True History of the Red Baron, which is out of print and does not have an audio book as of the time of this post.)