Winter, Harry


Winter, Harry
H Winter


Three items. An oral history interview with Harry Winter and two photographs. He flew operations as a wireless operator with 431 and 427 Squadrons before he was shot down and became a prisoner of war. He was one of ten members of the Ex-Prisoner of War Association invited to 10 Downing Street in 2014.

The collection was catalogued by Nigel Huckins.




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Winter, H

Collection Items

Harry Winter
Head and shoulders portrait of an airman wearing battledress with signallers brevet and side cap. Submitted with title 'Harry Winter May 1943'.

Seven aircrew
Individual head and shoulders photographs of seven aircrew wearing a variety of dress. Five are in uniform, four with visible brevet. Submitted with information 'Harry Winter and his Halifax Crew'.

Interview with Harry Winter
Harry Winter grew up in Cardiff and worked in a paper mill from the age of 14. He served in the Home Guard before he volunteered for the Air Force. After training as a wireless operator at RAF Yatesbury he flew operations over Germany, France, and…
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