Henry Meintjes

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Henry Meintjes
Nickname(s) Duke
Born 25 December 1892
Colesburg, South Africa
Died Unknown
Allegiance  United Kingdom
 Union of South Africa
Service/branch Aviation
Rank Captain
Unit No. 60 Squadron RFC, No. 56 Squadron RFC
Awards Military Cross, Air Force Cross
Other work Served as Major in South African Air Force

Captain Henry Meintjes (25 December 1892 – ??) was a World War I flying ace credited with eight aerial victories. He participated in Albert Ball's final dogfight, during which he was wounded in the wrist.[1]

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