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George Herbert Spittle

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George Herbert Spittle (1881- )

1922 late Major R.E., D.S.O., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer's Dept., 66, "Porchester Road, Bayswater, W.2; b. 1881. With Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., Central London Railway, Underground Railway, Hammersmith and City Railway, and Assistant to Roger T. Smith, electrical engineer, Great Western Railway. Member of the Thames Rowing Club. War Services.—Commanded Naval Division Signal Company, Royal Engineers, in Gallipoli and in France; commanded First Army Signal School in France; Home Service Liaison Officer for manufacturing and designing Army wireless apparatus, Signals Experimental' Establishment, Woolwich.

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