Wagner, Henry Wolfe

Title

Wagner, Henry Wolfe
H W Wagner

Description

Two oral history interviews with Sergeant Henry Wolfe Wagner (1923, 1604744 Royal Air Force). He flew operations as a navigator with 51 Squadron and became a prisoner of war.

The collection was catalogued by IBCC Digital Archive staff.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

2016-05-04

Rights

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Identifier

Wagner, HW

Collection Items

Interview with Henry Wolfe Wagner. Two
Henry Wagner describes more of his experience of being a prisoner of war at Stalag Luft 7 in Bankau. He took part in the Long March and recounts how those who were not able to keep up would have been left at the roadside to die of exposure.

Interview with Henry Wolfe Wagner. One
Henry Wolfe Wagner was born in Ireland. The family moved to England when he was young and settled near Reading. Henry attended Reading University for two years joining the University Air Squadron. He then volunteered for the RAF and began training as…
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