Harold Beamish

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Harold Francis Beamish (1896 - 1986) was a flying ace of World War I from New Zealand. He had 11 victories, many in a Sopwith Camel.[1]

He served in the R.N.A.S. and the R.A.F., becoming a Captain, and later returned to New Zealand, where he was a sheep farmer.

He was born and died in Havelock North, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, and attended Wanganui Collegiate School.

  1. ^ Sortehaug, P. 2012, Captain Harold Francis Beamish. Pacific Wings, September 2012:48-52.

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