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R. E. Neale (1889- )
1922 B.Sc. Lond. (1st Hons. Eng.), A.C.G.I., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, I c, Shaa Road, Acton, London, W.3. T. N.: Chiswick 1308. b. 1889. Ed. William Ellis Endowed School; City and Guilds (Engineering) College, South Kensington; David Salomon's Scholar, Siemens Medallist. Assistant in 1908-9 to late W. Duddell, F.R.S., subsequently engaged in consulting work, including the preparation of special reports on new works, plants processes, etc. Wide experience in literary work in engineering and scientific fields. Part author, with J. W. Meares, Electrical Adviser to the Government of India, of " Electrical Engineering Practice." Editor of "Whittaker's Electrical Engineer's Pocket Book" (fourth edition); author of "Electricity: Its Production and Applications." Editor of Pitman's Technical Primers. War Services.—Installed and operated large electroplating plant for munitions work in East Anglia. Technical Officer, Aircraft Production, Ministry of Munitions.