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J. C. Cadmore

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Lord Cadmore.

Obituary 1941 [1]

"...of Lord Cadman, D. Sc., F. R. S., on Saturday, May 31st, at Shenley Park, Bletchley, the nation has lost one of its most trusted leaders in both science and industry. The chairman of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, Ltd., and the Iraq Petroleum Company, Ltd., Lord Cadman was appointed in 1939 honorary adviser on oil to the Government. It was he who, in 1932, obtained for this country a renewal of the oilfield leases in Iran, while he took a leading part in the design and construction of the groat oil pipe lines across the desert from the Mosul oil wells to the coasts of Palestine and Syria. He was born on September 7th, 1877, at Silverdale, in..."More

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