Bomber Harris

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British marshal of the Royal Air Force

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Harry Fry, trainer of Bold Chief and Our Bomber Harris "Bold Chief could easily have won three from three last season as a novice and he's done well over the summer, so there should be a bit of improvement in him.
In Self-Portrait as Bomber Harris (all works 2006), McEwen recreates an official black-and-white portrait photograph of Sir Arthur "Bomber" Harris, the British air marshal who oversaw the carpet bombing of German cities.
Some 11 days later, Montgomery again called upon Bomber Harris, who resented the intrusion into his plan to bomb Germany into submission.
Only in Britain were Bomber Harris and his men reviled for doing their best to shorten the war,
One rider who definitely won't be joining Tigers is English sensation Chris Bomber Harris who has opted to join Elite League outfit Coventry.
Probert, Henry, Bomber Harris His Life and Times: The Biography of Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Arthur Harris, the Wartime Chief of Bomber Command.
One of the most popular choruses was "There's only one Bomber Harris," in honour of the man responsible for flattening German cities in the 1940s.
No, it wasn't the dambusters, or Bomber Harris and his Lancasters; nor was it the Atlantic or Arctic Convoys.
He proudly met the famed leader of the wartime RAF bomber force, Bomber Harris, at a special reunion in 1971.
OWNER Phil Fry was all smiles in the spring sunshine after Our Bomber Harris gained compensation for an unlucky fall at Exeter last time when hacking up in the 2m3f novice chase.
He was to the wartime propaganda campaign what Bomber Harris was to the destruction of German infrastructure.
It is sometimes wondered why after trying and executing the German leaders how the likes of Bomber Harris, Lord Portman, the War Cabinet and even Churchill himself, who were personally responsible, escaped punishment.
Unlike RAF Bomber Command, who had an officially sanctioned government directive authorizing area raids and a commander-in-chief, Bomber Harris, who relished them, the American Army Air Forces in Europe approached area bombing with qualms.
READER Harold Nash is quick to condemn Bomber Harris - but what about the German bombing of British cities, which resulted in many civilian casualties?