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Godfrey Ewart Morgans

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Godfrey Ewart Morgans (1879- )

1922 Lt.-Col. R.E., O.B.E B.A., M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M.M., F.S.I., Civil Min., Mech. and Elec. Engr.; Res. Technical Man. Dir., Constructions et Grands Entreprises de France, Paris, 1917 to date; b. 1879; s. of Thomas Morgans, M.Inst.C.E. Ed. Neuwied, Germany; Lausanne, Switzerland; Camborne School of Mines; Cambridge University. Training: Bristol Wagon and Carriage Co., Ltd. Awarded Gallipoli Star, General Service and Victory Medals. Partner in firm of T. and W. Morgans, 1904-14; has visited professionally, India, Borneo, Phillipines, China, Japan, Canada, U.S.A., Columbia, S. Amer., in connection with large Eng. and Min. Undertakings; Present Public Works, Ports of Mogadore and Mazagan, Morocco, Banazi; for Hydro-electric Works, Castelane Basses, Alpes; Reconstruction of Devastated Areas, France. Clubs: Conservative, St. James's Street; Bath, Dover Street; M. and M. City; Travellers', Paris; Cercle Interallie, Paris. Address: 6, Avenue Emile, Deschanel, Paris.

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