Captain Walter Alfred Southey (29 April 1897 – 17 April 1920) was a British First World War flying ace, credited with twenty aerial victories, including five balloons, making him the second highest scoring ace in No. 84 Squadron, behind Andrew Beauchamp-Proctor.

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  • Captain Walter Alfred Southey (29 April 1897 – 17 April 1920) was a British First World War flying ace, credited with twenty aerial victories, including five balloons, making him the second highest scoring ace in No. 84 Squadron, behind Andrew Beauchamp-Proctor. (en)
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  • Captain Walter Alfred Southey (29 April 1897 – 17 April 1920) was a British First World War flying ace, credited with twenty aerial victories, including five balloons, making him the second highest scoring ace in No. 84 Squadron, behind Andrew Beauchamp-Proctor. (en)
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