• Medieval Era
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By Crusader1307

From early The Early Middle Ages (Germany), a “Ritter” was a Knight or Mounted Warrior. Possibly deriving from the Germanic word “Rittmeister” (Senior Nobility in charge of a Troop of Soldiers (Cavalry). The ancient Title lasted well into the 20th Century, and was even “bestowed” upon the famed “Red Baron” - Manfred Von Richtofen.