Sergeant Michael Stanley Jacobs was an English airman of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve who died during the Second World War.

He was born in Willesden, the son of William Jacobs.

Aged 23, a pilot with 7 Squadron, Jacobs died on 8 November 1941 when his Short Stirling (serial N6091) crashed near Hekelingen after being shot down by flak while engaged on a raid against Berlin.[1]

He and his six crewmates are buried at Crooswijk General Cemetery, Rotterdam.


  1. Docherty, Tom (2007), No. 7 Bomber Squadron RAF in World War II, p. 38.


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