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Sidney Charles Gladwyn

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Sidney Charles Gladwyn (1885- )

1922 M.B.E., Wh.Ex., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.I. and S.I., Mechanical Engineer, 63, Quentin Road, Blackheath, London, S. E. 3; b. 1885. Ed. Woolwich Polytechnic and Sheffield University. Apprenticeship at Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. Assistant Engineer and Chief Draughtsman to Samuel Osborn and Co., Ltd., Sheffield, I go6-i x; Consulting Engineer, London, 1911-15; Chief Designer and Chief Draughtsman, Royal Laboratory, Woolwich Arsenal, 1915 to present date. Bayliss Prizeman, Institution of Civil Engineers. Paper read before Institution 15 of Civil Engineers for which awarded Miller Prize. Collaborated with D. Carnegie in production of " Liquid Steel: Its Manufacture and Cost," published in 1913. War Services.—In charge of design of ammunition. Royal Laboratory, Woolwich Arsenal.

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