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Howard Vivian Wansborough

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Howard Vivian Wansborough (1918-1942)

1941/42 Obituary [1]

Howard Vivian Wansborough was born in 1918 and received his technical training at the Automobile Engineering Training College, Chelsea.

Up to the outbreak of war he was employed as Junior Assistant Engineer with the National Benzole Company and left them to become a Pilot in the R.A.F.

He was killed in action in February, 1942.

He was elected a Graduate in 1938.

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