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C. H. Durrad Lang

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C. H. Durrad Lang (1882- )

1922 A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, Wales Farm Road, Acton, W.3. T. A.: " Lang Squire, Acton." T. N.: Chiswick 493. b. 1882. Trained in the works of Peter Brotherhood's, then of Westminster; studied under Dr. Silvanus P. Thompson, F.R.S.; second Assistant to H. M. Hobart; consulting engineer and designer. Eight years with Crypto Electrical Co., then of Bermondsey. Since September, 1913, Director of Lang and Squire, Ltd., Wales Farm Road, Acton, W.3, manufacturers of dynamos, motors, rotary converters and other electrical machinery. Clubs: Eighty, Finsbury College Old Boys, etc. War Services.—Engaged on war work for the Admiralty, War Office, India Office, Ministry of Munitions, etc.

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