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George Gascoigne Blake

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George Gascoigne Blake M.I.E.E., F.Inst.P., F.R.S.A.

1939 Radiologist (retired); still serving on Radiological and Electrotechnical Committees, I.E.E. Private Address: 10 Onslow Road, Richmond, Surrey.

Formerly Radiologist or Radiographer to numerous Civilian and Military hospitals (frequently in an Hon. or Hon. Consultative capacity). Is a Fellow of the Physical Soc.; Member of Radio Soc. of G.B., of The Royal Institution, The British Inst. of Radiology, and The Soc. of Radiographers.

Invented (1915) method of X-Ray localisation; (1919) method of obtaining Static electricity from Induction coil, for medicinal purposes; (1928) The Reflexometer; etc., etc. Author of "History of Radio-Telegraphy and Telephony (Chapman & Hall).

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