Béla Macourek

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Béla Macourek
Born 4 November 1889
Pozsony, Austro-Hungary (now Bratislava, Slovak Republic)
Died Unknown
Allegiance Austro-Hungary
Service/branch Artillery, then flying service
Years of service 1914 - 1918
Rank Oberleutnant
Unit Flik 23, Flik 6, Flik 1
Awards Military Merit Cross, Military Merit Medal, Hungarian Order of the Brave, Hungarian Gold Bravery Medal for officers

Oberleutnant Béla Macourek (born 4 November 1889, date of death unknown) was a World War I flying ace credited with five aerial victories. Postwar, he served in the Hungarian military and even changed his surname to Maklary.[1]

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