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Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Billy Bishop

Canadian air ace and VC winner, Billy Bishop died in his sleep on September 11, 1956.

His official tally of 72 kills during WWI made him the most lethal air ace in the British Empire. Nicknamed "hell's handmaiden" by the Germans, he had a reputation as a lousy pilot, but a rather accurate shot. He had his own cocktail named after him, the Billy Bishop bullet.

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