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The British Motor Industry, 1945-1994 A Case Study in Industrial Decline

Barber, John Norman Romney (1919-2004), motor industry executive

Sky Haunting: The British Motor-Car Industry and the World Wars1

Reconciling automation and flexibility? Technology and production in the postwar British motor vehicle industry

GENT, (John) David (Wright) (born 1935), Director General, Retail Motor Industry Federation, 1985–95

RHYS, (David) Garel (born 1940), SMMT Professor Emeritus of Motor Industry Economics, and former Director, Centre for Automotive Industry Research, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University

Creative Cross-Fertilization and Uneven Americanization of Swedish Industry: Sources of Innovation in Post-War Motor Vehicles and Electrical Manufacturing

Testing the West German Model in East Germany and Hungary: The Motor Industry in Zwickau and Győr

BAKER, Francis Eustace (born 1933), business interests in property and the automotive industry; Partner, Crossroads Motors, since 1988

COOKE, Roger Gresham (1907 - 1970), MP (C) Twickenham since January 1955; formerly Director, Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, and Joint Secretary National Advisory Council, Motor Manufacturing Industry; Director, Kerry Group Ltd since 1955

Bennett, Peter Frederick Blaker (1880 - 1957), JP; Joint Managing Director, Joseph Lucas Industries, Ltd; Past Pres.; Federation of British Industries, Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders; Birmingham Chamber of Commerce; County Pres. Birmingham and District Assoc. of Boy Scouts; President of Birmingham YMCA

Carrington, Matthew Hadrian Marshall (born 1947), Director, since 2007, and Deputy Chairman, since 2008, Gatehouse Bank PLC; Chief Executive, Retail Motor Industry Federation, 2002–06

Charles W. Cheape. Strictly Business: Walter Carpenter at DuPont and General Motors. (Studies in Industry and Society, number 6.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1995. Pp. xix, 309. $48.50

Gregory Lee Thompson. The Passenger Train in the Motor Age: California's Rail and Bus Industries, 1910–1941. (Historical Perspectives on Business Enterprise Series.) Columbus: Ohio State University Press. 1993. Pp. xvii, 247. $42.50

MITCHELL, Angus (Sinclair) (1884 - 1961), Director: Australian Cement Ltd; Australian Portland Cement Pty Ltd; Noske Industries Ltd; Noske Flour Mills Pty Ltd; Queen’s Bridge Motor and Engineering Co. Pty Ltd; Queen’s Bridge Investments Pty Ltd

HOLDEN, Edward Wheewall (1885 - 1947), MLC, S Australia, since 1935; Chairman of Directors of General Motors—Holden’s Ltd since 1934; Chairman Australian Cotton Textile Industries Ltd; Deputy Chairman Bank of Adelaide

WATERMAN, Ewen McIntyre (1901 - 1982), Chairman, Onkaparinga Woollen Co. Ltd; former Director: Elder Smith Goldsbrough Mort Ltd; F. & T. Industries Ltd; Waterman Brothers Holdings Pty Ltd; B.E.A. Motors Pty Ltd


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Manufacturing in Britain began during the 1890s in small workshops often in association with bicycle production. Business grew rapidly so that by 1913 British firms produced annually 34,000 vehicles. Rolls ...

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