Harry Egerton Wimperis

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Harry Egerton Wimperis was an engineer who worked on instruments measuring acceleration and velocity. During the war he became a Major in the Royal Air Force and developed bomb sighting systems.

Wimperis wrote several books including A Primer of Air Navigation (1920).

Some of his papers are available on microfilm at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa; see Harry Egerton Wimperis fonds, 1907-1941, 1971, [catalogued?] 23 July 2014

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Names Harry Egerton Wimperis
Birth date 1876/08/27
Death date 1960/07/16
Countries GB
Locations Goring-on-Thames
Occupations engineer, military officer
Tech areas Instrument, Speedometer, Bomb, Military
Affiliations Royal Air Force
Wikidata id Q5673446