Alexander Henry Hall                       Updated:  02 JAN 2012

Airman: a096045.htm Surname: Hall Init: A H Rank: F/O Service: RAF Sqdn: 102

P_link: p304.htm Plane: HAL HX151 Operation: Minelaying Crash_site: Sea E of Omø

Crash_d: d240444 Buried_d: b100246 C_link: c096.htm At_Next: Svinø

"114 RAF bombefly foretog denne nat mineringer i Østersøen, og 4 Halifaxes og 1 Stirling gik tabt.
HX151 blev skudt ned øst for Omø." (FT 88-40-26) Omkring her. Hele besætningen omkom.

Flying Officer (Pilot) Alexander Henry Hall, 27 år, var søn af James og Harriett Mary Hall, Malpas, Cheshire, United Kingdom. Han var gift med Ursula Eileen Hall. (Kilde: CWGC)

Fra HAL HX151 er 1 flyver begravet på Omø, 3 i Svinø og 3 har ingen kendt grav.

7 flyvere. 

"114 RAF bombers that night carried out minelaying operations in the Baltic Sea, and 4 Halifaxes and
1 Stirling were lost. HX151 was shot down east of Omø."
(FT 88-40-26) About here. All of the crew perished.

Flying Officer (Pilot) Alexander Henry Hall, 27, was the son of James and Harriett Mary Hall, of Malpas,
Cheshire, United Kingdom, and the husband of Ursula Eileen Hall. (Source: CWGC)
No length of time can take away the thought of you from day to day.

1 airman from HAL HX151  is buried on Omø, 3 are buried in Svinø and 3 have no known grave.

See RAF - Handley Page Halifax and Bomber Command No. 102 Squadron and Wikipedia: No. 102 Squadron.
This Halifax took off from RAF Pocklington. See Pocklington History. Lost Bombers has this.

7 airmen.