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Reference numberEC/1918/13
Previous numbersCert XIII, 142
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TitleHadcock, Sir Albert George: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionSupplementary certificate of a Candidate for Election. Citation typed
CitationA G Hadcock
Colonel Hadcock has done a great deal of scientific and experimental work relating to Artillery for the Government the details of which are confidential.
He is at the present time engaged on scientific and advisory work for the Government of fundamental importance the nature of which cannot be disclosed until after the war.
He is the Author of a paper entitled "INTERNAL BALLISTICS" read before the Society on Dec 6 1917 which has added much to the scientific knowledge of the subject.
He has also written the Internal Ballistic section of the Text Book of Gunnery,a confidential War Office publication
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. T Mather; H B Baker
From Personal Knowledge. P Watts; W E Dalby; Dugald Clerk; Alex B W Kennedy; R A Hadfield
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen
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Hadcock, Sir Albert George: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1707Hadcock; Sir; Albert George (1861 - 1936)1861 - 1936
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