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COLLINSON, Alfred Howe (1866 - 1927), late Director-General of Inspection of Munitions of War

The Postwar Hospitalization Experience of Gulf War Veterans Possibly Exposed to Chemical Munitions Destruction at Khamisiyah, lraq

CURRIE, David (1870 - 1933), Mining and Metallurgical Engineer, 3 Central Buildings, Westminster, SW1; Director-General of National Salvage, Ministry of Munitions, during European War

DREAPER, William Porter (1868 - 1938), Consulting Chemical Engineer; Founder and Hon. Secretary League of Science; Hon. Secretary Central Agricultural and Scientific Bibliography, The Science Museum, SW7; late Superintendent of HM Factories at Sutton Oak (War Office) and Ellesmere Port (Ministry of Munitions)

PHILIPPS, Ivor (1861 - 1940), Governor Pembroke Castle; MP (L) Southampton, 1906–22; Parliamentary Secretary (Military) to the Ministry of Munitions of War, 1915; commanded Pembroke Yeomanry, 1908–12; Major, retired, Indian Army; Brig.-Gen. 1914; Maj.-Gen. 1915; Alderman Pembrokeshire County Council; Vice-Lieutenant Pembrokeshire; Knight of Justice Order of St John of Jerusalem

DAVIES, John Thomas (1881 - 1938), JP; Officer of the Legion of Honour, 1917; Private Secretary to Rt Hon. D. Lloyd George as Chancellor of Exchequer, 1912–15, as Minister of Munitions, 1915–July 1916, as Secretary of State for War, July–Dec. 1916, and as Prime Minister, Dec. 1916–Oct. 1922; Director of the Suez Canal Company since 1922; Director Ford Motor Co.

MORGAN, Benjamin Howell (died 1937), Consulting Engineer; Vice-Chairman, Empire Economic Union; Member London Committee of Hong Kong University; Chief Technical Adviser Ministry of National Service, 1918; Technical Adviser, Labour Supply Depart, Ministry of Munitions, 1916–17; Member War Cabinet Sub-Committee on Labour, 1918; Member Women’s Employment Committee, 1917–18; Member Inter-departmental Hours of Labour Com., 1916–18; Member Imperial Conference Advisory Committee on Crown Colonies, 1923; Chairman, British Empire Producers Organisation, 1920–29

BARCROFT, Joseph (1872 - 1947), Director of Unit of Animal Physiology (Agricultural Research Council), since 1941; Fellow and formerly Lecturer, King’s College, Cambridge; Member, Chemical Warfare Committee of the War Office, 1917, and formerly of the Ministry of Munitions; Member, Chemical Board, Ministry of Supply, 1939; Member, Army Medical Directorate Consultative Committee, 1928–43, RAF Medical Advisory Board and Agricultural Research Council, 1938–43; Chairman, Food Investigation Board; Member, Advisory Council of Department, Scientific and Industrial Research, 1939–44; Foreign Member, Société Royale des Sciences Medicales et Naturelles de Bruxelles; Konigle Danske Videnskabernes Selskub; K. Akademie Halle; Société de Chemie Biologique, Paris; Chinese Physiological Society; American Physiological Society; Corr. Member, Société de Biologie, Paris, Czeckoslovak Society of Physicians, Bratislav, Czeck Society of Physicians, Prague; and Des Moines Academy of Medicine; Hon. Member, National Academy of Buenos Aires, Biological Society of Argentina, Kungl Fysiografiska Sällekapets i Lund, National Academy of Medicine of Mexico and American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Foreign Associate Member, National Academy of Sciences; Foreign Associate Member, National Academy of Sciences, USA


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Vessels, aircraft, fighting vehicles, arms, ammunition, explosive devices, or any other articles, materials, or devices intended or adapted for use in war.

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