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The Box of Tricks

Sir Henry Trizard's Secret Mission to America August 1940 provided the USA with many of Britain's technological achievements.

Foremost technology was the Cavity Magnetron that applied to radar helped shorten the WW2 The fascinating story will be related by Stephen Phelps at the Inaugural Peter Lindsay Memorial Lecture
Phelps is a tv producer and broadcaster whose productions include "Rough Justice" (BBC) and "Trial & Error" (C4)
Alan Reddish, a former colleague of Lindsay will give a brief personal reminiscence of Peter Lindsay and his seminal work on the magnetron


Mr Stephen Phelps | talks | www
Dr Alan Reddish | talks


Date and Time:

10 April 2008 at 5:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Imperial College Eng'g
Room 408 Dept Electrical & El'tronic Eng Bldg
Exhibition Road
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Organised by:

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
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Available from:

Please reply to Clare Drysdale of Dept EE 020 7594 6185 c.drysdale@imperial.ac.uk

Additional Information:

Preceded by refreshments at 5 pm

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