Jose Hayhurst

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Title

Jose Hayhurst

Description

Three newspaper cuttings with a photograph of Jose plotting V-1 flying bombs.

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Three newspaper cuttings

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NHayhurstJM170725-04, NHayhurstJM170725-05, NHayhurstJM170725-06

Transcription

F-bomb plotter
[photograph]
A MANCHESTER girl, Leading Aircraftwoman J.M. Hayhurst, was one of the first Waafs to plot the F-bombs.

[page break]

THE OBSERVER, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER

W.A.A.F.s Helped to Beat Flying Bombs
[photograph]
W.A.A.F. Personnel, among the first to plot the course of flying-bombs, are here seen working at a R.A.F. post in Southern England.

[page break]

[photograph]
PLOTTING FLYING BOMBS
Leading Aircraftwomen M. Harvey (left), of Hampton Court, Surrey, and J.M. Hayhurst, of Manchester, tracing the course of flying bombs directed against London.

Citation

“Jose Hayhurst,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed July 22, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/36111.

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