Imperial Defence College

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Imperial Defence College

BROOKE, Frank Hastings (1909 - 1982), Chief Army Instructor, Imperial Defence College, 1960–62, retd

EVANS, Donald Randell (1912 - 1975), Commandant of the Imperial Defence College, 1968–69; retired, 1970

JOLLEY, Norman Kempe (1894 - 1951), Royal Marines, retired; Secretary and Administrative Officer, Imperial Defence College, since 1945

CORBETT, Julian Stafford (1854 - 1922), Barrister-at-law; Hon. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; Director of Historical Section, Committee of Imperial Defence

ANDERSON, Roy (Malcolm) (born 1947), Professor of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London, since 2000 (Head of Department, 2000–04; Rector, 2008–09); Chief Scientific Adviser, Ministry of Defence, 2004–08

ARMSTRONG, Edward Frankland (1878 - 1945), Hon. Fellow Imperial College of Science, 1939; JP, Cheshire; Scientific Adviser Ministry of Home Security; Member of Civil Defence Research Committee; Member Ministry of Works Scientific Advisory Committee

WILLIAMS, Laurence Glynn (born 1946), Professor of Nuclear Safety and Regulation, University of Central Lancashire, 2010–14, now Emeritus; Chair: Committee on Radioactive Waste Management, Department of Energy and Climate Change, since 2012; Defence Nuclear Safety Committee, Ministry of Defence, since 2013; Senior Research Fellow, Imperial College London, since 2014

Brett, Reginald Baliol (1852 - 1930), Governor Windsor Castle since 1928; Deputy Governor, 1901–28; permanent member of Committee of Imperial Defence; Royal Trustee British Museum; a Commissioner of the Exhibition of 1851, and Chairman of the Board of Management; a Governor of Imperial College of Science; Hon. Col 3rd Batt. Royal Fusiliers

THORPE, Jocelyn (Field) (1872 - 1940), Professor of Organic Chemistry in the University of London (Imperial College), 1914–38, then Professor Emeritus; Advisory Council Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1916–22; Chemical Defence Committee, War Office; President Indian Chemical Services Committee, 1919–20; Member Safety in Mines Research Board, 1924–35, and Chairman Explosives in Mines Committee, Department of Mines, and Member Dye-stuffs Development Committee Board of Trade, 1925–34; President of the Chemical Society, 1928–31, and Member of Council of the Royal Society (1923–25), and President, Institute of Chemistry, 1933–36; Longstaff Medallist, Chemical Society, 1921; Davy Medallist, Royal Society, 1922


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Established in 1927, the Imperial Defence College catered for the higher education of senior officers of the three British services, the civil service, and a limited number of dominion ...

Subjects: Military History.

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