Wynford Vaughan-Thomas

Swansea-born journalist and presenter who came to prominence as a war correspondent for the BBC, reporting on events including the Battle of Anzio and the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.

Wynford Vaughan-Thomas Belsen BBC

He continued to be a well-known voice on radio until leaving the BBC in 1967 to join the newly-formed HTV where he became Head of Programming and an executive director, as well as continuing to present programmes – particularly on one of his great loves, the Welsh countryside.

He died in 1987, aged 78.

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This archive has been established after my own relative, Reg Price, took part in the liberation and subsequent humanitarian effort of Bergen Belsen in April 1945. Reg produced this famous sign at Belsen. As part of the 113th DLI, Reg and his comrades were at Belsen for 5 weeks and left when the last hut was empty and ceremonially burnt down. This archive compiles all available resources to build a lasting tribute to all the men and women who helped - any unit, any nationality. If you have a relative, or any info, on the relief effort at Belsen, we’d love you to please get in touch. Email us: you Nick Price CreativesFacebookTwitter

Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp