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Central Laboratory at G.H.Q.

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1915 Sir Arthur Sloggett commandeered a laboratory in a lycee in St Omer as a facility to investigate the gas attacks initiated by the enemy. The staff included Herbert Baker, as well as Army officers Bernard Mouat Jones and William Watson.

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Sources of Information

  • The Chemistry Department at Imperial College London: A History, 1845–2000