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During WWll Harry worked alongside Barnes-Wallis, the inventor of the 'bouncing bomb'. It was this chance meeting that played a large part in Harry's life after the war ended.
Being of small stature and Jewish, Harry was often a target of racist taunts and even more often physical violence. Harry describes how he overcame this part of his life and never looked back.
Amongst his many accomplishments was his discovery of Apple computers and becoming the first Apple distributor in London.
Harry was, and still is, very much a family man. Never losing sight of the importance being a good father, Harry and his wife raised two wonderful children. At the same time he was a generous brother and brother-in-law and a role model to his only nephew.

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