Leading Aircraftman Harold George BOULTER

Service No: 400960
Born: Ivanhoe VIC, 14 August 1920
Enlisted in the RAAF: 7 December 1940
Unit: No. 22 Service Flying Training (RAF), Southern Rhodesia (Now Zimbabwe)
Died: Aircraft Accident (No. 22 Service Flying Training School Harvard aircraft N7198), near Gwelo, 16 August 1941, Aged 21 Years
Buried: Gweru Cemetery, Zimbabwe
CWGC Additional Information: Son of Edward Samuel and Amy Boulter, of Ivanhoe, Victoria, Australia
Roll of Honour: Ivanhoe VIC
Remembered: Panel 134, Commemorative Area, Australian War Memorial, Canberra ACT

On 16 August 1941, Harvard N7198 took off for instrument flying practice and crashed at 1200 hours 8 miles east of Gwelo, killing both crew members.

The crew members of N7198 were:

Leading Aircraftman Harold George Boulter (400960) (Student Pilot)
Leading Aircraftman Oswald Mosley Connors (6771) (Student Pilot)


Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour On-Line Records (RAAF Casualty Information compiled by Alan Storr (409804))
Commonwealth War Graves Commission On-Line Records
Department of Veterans’ Affairs On-Line WWII Nominal Roll
National Archives of Australia On-Line Record A705, 163/93/263


Winter, V.A. (Vincent Adams) Noble Six Hundred: the story of the Empire Air Training Scheme with special reference to Australians who trained in Southern Rhodesia, V.A. Winter Brighton VIC 3186, 1982