One Story of Radar

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Cambridge University Press, Apr 2, 2015 - History - 234 pages
Originally published in 1948, this book contains one man's story of working for the Telecommunications Research Establishment from 1934 until 1945. During this period, Rowe worked on many projects relating to air defence, particularly the development of radar. The text is simply and vividly written and illustrated with multiple photographs of relevant people and places mentioned in the narrative. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in WWII and the history of radar.
 

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Contents

THE BEGINNING
1
B A WDSE Y
24
WAVE LENGTHS
29
MORE OF BAWDSEY
37
WAR
44
UN DEE
54
WORTH MATRAVERS
59
W OR TH MATRAVERS AND THE BIR TH OF CEN TIME TRE APPLICATIONS
75
SWAN AG E 8 I
88
SWAN AGE AND COAST AL COMMAND IOI XII SWAN AGE AND BOMB E R C OMMAND IO6 XIII SWANAGE AND FIGHTER COMMAN...
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WE LEAVE SWAN AG E I28 XV EARLY DAYS AT MAL VERN
135
MAL VERN AND BOMB E R COMMAND
152
MAL VERN AND COAST AL COMMAND page
160
SOME ME MORIES AND FEATURES OF T R E I 74
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