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The Bloody Red Baron

The Bloody Red Baron
Author Kim Newman
Country United States
Language English
Series Anno Dracula series
Genre Alternate History, Horror
Publication date
Media type Print (Hardcover & Paperback)
Pages 358 (hardcover)
OCLC 33269558
813/.54 20
LC Class PR6064.E9277 B57 1995
Preceded by Anno Dracula
Followed by Dracula Cha Cha Cha

The Bloody Red Baron is a 1995 science fiction novel by British author Kim Newman. It is the second book in the Anno Dracula series and takes place during the Great War, 30 years after the first novel.


The book takes place during World War I. It explores the Diogenes Club's efforts to investigate Germany's attempt to make powerful, undead fliers. Heading up the German operations are the likes of Rotwang, Doctor Caligari and Doctor Mabuse. One of their more successful efforts is an undead flier known as the Red Baron. The story also features Edgar Allan Poe as a vampire writer assigned to ghost write the Red Baron's autobiography.


The book is set in an alternate history universe in which Professor Van Helsing failed in his efforts to kill Count Dracula. This resulted in a vampire proliferation across the world. The book combines a large number of historical and fictional characters, as did its predecessor, Anno Dracula, and pays tribute to a great many World War I movies and novels.


The novel features numerous characters from other media, including TV and movies, as well as published novels and short stories. Some are directly named, while others are described. The following list is far from complete.

Central Powers

Fictional references

Historic figures








  1. ^ Bleiler, Richard (2003). Supernatural Fiction Writers: Guy Gavriel Kay to Roger Zelazny. Charles Scribner's Sons. p. 762. 
  • Heldreth, Leonard G.; Mary Pharr (1999). The Blood is the Life: Vampires in Literature. Popular Press. pp. 184–186.  

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  • The Wold Newton Universe - The Anno Dracula Character Guide
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