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Albert Ball was Britain’s first Air Ace of the Great War. In his relatively short fighting career he shot down 44 enemy aircraft. His loss in May 1917 was a huge blow to public morale. Bill Fulton considers the service career of the ‘Baby faced killer’ IMAGE: March 1917, Albert seated in the SE5, A4850. Captain Albert Ball VC DSO MC
Bill Fulton will be telling the story of the man who established the principles of air-fighting in the Great War, followed not only by his most famous pupil, Manfred von Richthofen ('The Red Baron') but also by Second World War pilots such as Douglas Bader. Venue: St Philip and St James Parish Hall, Vicarage Road, Whitton, TW2 7BY. Close to …
Bill Fulton will be giving a talk on railway guns of the First World War.