Albert Ball Recipient of the Victoria Cross

Albert Ball is a 20 years old Recipient of the Victoria Cross from Nottingham, England. Albert Ball was born on August 14, 1896 (died on May 07, 1917, he was 20 years old) in Nottingham, England.

Albert Ball



Albert Ball VC DSO & Two Bars MC was an English fighter pilot during the First World War. At the time of his death he was with 44 victories the United Kingdom's leading flying ace and remained its fourth-highest scorer behind Edward Mannock James McCudden and George McElroy. Raised in Nottingham Ball joined the Sherwood Foresters at the outbreak of the First World War and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in October 1914.
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Is Albert Ball still alive?

No, he died on 05/07/1917, 105 years ago. He was 20 years old when he died. He died in Annœullin and buried in Annœullin German military cemetery .


His father Sir Albert Ball () and Sir Albert Ball was 33 years old when Albert born.


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Sir Albert Ball
Father: Sir Albert Ball

Awards (4)

Awarded Victoria Cross , awarded Military Cross , awarded Order of St. George, 4th class , awarded Legion of Honour ,


He graduated from Nottingham High School, The King's School, Grantham and Trent College

What was Albert's zodiac sign?

Albert Ball zodiac sign was leo.

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