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A. D. Newbury

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A. D. Newbury

1922 Captain, R.A.F., A.M.I.E.E., Mechanical, Electrical and Electro-Chemical Engineer, R.A.F. Airship Base, Howden, E. Yorks. Ed. London University. Professional Training in Electricity Departments, Stepney Borough, and West Ham Corporation, under H. H. Cousens, M.I.E.E., Technical Assistant, Charing Cross, West End and City Electricity Supply Co., 1911-14; Works Superintendent, Knowles Oxygen Co., Bromborough Port, Cheshire, 1914-16. Chief Works: Design of various plant and machinery in connection with manufacture, etc., of hydrogen and other gases; construction of special hydrogen installations in ships. War Services.—Lieutenant, R. N. V. R., 1916-18; Captain, R.A.F., 1918.

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