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Reference numberMS/525/6/6/1/10
LevelItem
TitleLetter from Henry Bradwardine Jackson, Admiralty, to Dugald Clerk
Date21 December 1914
DescriptionEncloses a note he has put forward on the subject of creeping mines. Bidder and Borley have remarked that moorings must be light; and that water pressure on a spherical mine will be less than Jackson's value. Long mooring ropes will be required to allow the mines to bump against ships.
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FormatTypescript
Access statusOpen
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CodeNameDates
NA1349Jackson; Sir; Henry Bradwardine (1855 - 1929)1855 - 1929
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