Flying Officer Børge Nielsen, DFC was a Danish pilot of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve who died shortly after the end of the Second World War.
He was born in Copenhagen, the son of Niels Mogens and Marie Nielsen. He received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his conduct during a bombing raid on an oil refinery at Ploesti, Romania in August 1944.
Nielsen died, aged 29, on 16 October 1945, when his Vickers Wellington crashed near Capadichino, Italy.
He is buried in Naples War Cemetery.
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