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Name: John Henry Robertson
Country: Scotland
Rank: Lieutenant
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Unit: 48
Victories: 5
Born: 1888
Place of Birth: Leith, Midlothian, Scotland
Died: 11 March 1918 Died From Wounds
Place of Death:  
Cemetery: Roye New British Cemetery, Somme, France
 
 
The son of William and Elizabeth Robertson, John Henry Robertson served as a Brisfit pilot with 48 Squadron. Becoming an ace on 11 March 1918, he scored his fifth victory by downing a Fokker DR.I. Mortally wounded in the fight, Robertson died from his wounds later that day.
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 03 Jan 1918 1210 48 Bristol F.2b (A7229) 1 Albatros D.V (OOC) St. Quentin
2 08 Mar 1918 1050 48 Bristol F.2b (A7114) 2 Albatros D.V (DES) Busigny
3 08 Mar 1918 1050 48 Bristol F.2b (A7114) 2 Albatros D.V (OOC) Busigny
4 08 Mar 1918 1600 48 Bristol F.2b (A7114) 2 Albatros D.V (OOC) S of Bohain
5 11 Mar 1918 1255 48 Bristol F.2b (A7114) 2 Fokker DR.I (OOC) St. Quentin

1 Pilot Capt Keith Park
2 Pilot 2Lt Herbert Hartley
 
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