Wing Commander David William Holford DSO, DFC (1921 – 17 February 1943) was a Royal Air Force officer who was the youngest bomber squadron commanding officer in RAF history. He was killed after crashing his Lancaster in thick fog near Kelstern following an operation to bomb Berlin (the infamous Black Thursday).

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  • Wing Commander David William Holford DSO, DFC (1921 – 17 February 1943) was a Royal Air Force officer who was the youngest bomber squadron commanding officer in RAF history. He was killed after crashing his Lancaster in thick fog near Kelstern following an operation to bomb Berlin (the infamous Black Thursday). (en)
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  • No. 100 Squadron
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  • 1943-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Leigh-on-Sea, Essex
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  • 1943-12-17 (xsd:date)
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  • Kelstern, Lincolnshire
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  • Royal Air Force officer (en)
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  • Wing Commander David William Holford DSO, DFC (1921 – 17 February 1943) was a Royal Air Force officer who was the youngest bomber squadron commanding officer in RAF history. He was killed after crashing his Lancaster in thick fog near Kelstern following an operation to bomb Berlin (the infamous Black Thursday). (en)
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  • David Holford (RAF officer) (en)
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