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Albert G. Elliott

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Albert G. Elliott of Rolls-Royce

Studied Engineering at Northampton College, London University

1912 Joined Rolls-Royce from Napier

1937 Appointed Chief Engineer of the newly formed Aero Engine Division

1945 Became a Director

1951 Joint MD with Ernest Hives

1954 Executive Vice-Chairman

Remained on the board of Rotol into the 1960s


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The Magic of a Name by Peter Pugh. Published 2002. ISBN 1 84046 151 9