William Harry Bland
|William Harry Bland|
6 June 1898|
Karachi, Sind, Presidency of Bombay, Raj of India, British Empire
|Died||24 October 1962
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Royal Air Force
|Years of service||1918–1919|
|Unit||No. 65 Squadron RAF|
|Awards||Croix de guerre (France)|
Lieutenant William Harry Bland (6 June 1898 Karachi, Sind, Presidency of Bombay, Raj of India, British Empire – 24 October 1962 Vancouver, British Columbia, Commonwealth of Canada) was a British World War I flying ace credited with seven aerial victories.
He was awarded the Croix de Guerre with Bronze Star by France in April 1919.
Bland was transferred to the unemployed list on 30 July 1919.
- "William Harry Bland". theaerodrome.com. 2014. Retrieved 5 September 2014.
- "No. 30483". The London Gazette (Supplement). 15 January 1918. p. 963.
- "No. 30759". The London Gazette. 21 June 1918. p. 7325.
- "No. 31273". The London Gazette (Supplement). 4 April 1919. p. 4512.
- "No. 31510". The London Gazette. 19 August 1919. p. 10479.
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