Fitt, Peter


Fitt, Peter
P Fitt


An oral history interview with Flight Lieutenant Peter Fitt (Royal Air Force) and two photographs. He flew operations as a wireless operator with 467 Squadron.

The collection has been donated to the IBCC Digital Archive by Peter Fitt and catalogued by Nigel Huckins.




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Fitt, P

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Flight Lieutenant Peter Fitt
Head and shoulders portrait of an RAF officer wearing tunic with wireless operator brevet and peaked cap. Submitted with caption 'Flt Lt Peter Fitt'.

Claxton Crew
Seven aircrew wearing tunic with brevet, three in front all with sergeants rank visible and four behind. Submitted with caption 'Claxton Crew, late 1942'.

Peter was born in Norwich. His father was a head gardener and wanted him to follow that occupation and so refused to let him join the RAF. With the advent of war the situation changed and Peter volunteered at a recruiting station and after selection…
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