By Peter Hore
;Patrick Blackett: Sailor, Scientist, Socialist КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Frank CassСерия: Naval coverage & HistoryАвтор: Peter HoreЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2005Количество страниц: 364ISBN: 0-203-50851-3Формат: pdf (e-book)Размер: 7,08 mbThis edited quantity contains a sequence of essays approximately Patrick Maynard Stewart Blackett, one of many maximum scientists of the twentieth century, in addition to a favorite determine within the Royal army and British politics.Blackett was once battle-hardened in international battle I and contributed on to the Allied victory in global struggle II. exhibiting precocious skill in mechanical invention and taking advantage of the Royal Navy's progressive schooling - the main complicated on hand in Britain within the early 1900s - Blackett had long gone to struggle in 1914 elderly sixteen. Escaping demise and drowning, he observed motion in significant battles, and spent numerous gruelling years on patrol in small ships. whilst the Royal army despatched its younger officials to be "civilized" at Cambridge after global conflict I, Blackett determined to stick on.Blackett might cross directly to develop into the most striking scientists of his iteration, profitable the Nobel Prize for physics in 1948 for his paintings on cloud chambers. He additionally helped organize Britain for warfare, operating with Henry Tizard within the Nineteen Thirties at the Committee for the clinical Survey of Air Defence, which ended in the install of radar stations, and later constructing the technology of operational learn, which helped defeat the U-boat threat. even though now not a pacifist, he was once strongly antagonistic either to nuclear guns and to indiscriminate bombing, on grounds of morality and efficacy. Blackett could pass directly to propose Harold Wilson in Britain and Jawarharlal Nehru in India on defence and technology coverage. all through his existence, Blackett could continue the commanding presence and conduct of a naval officer, which helped him observe his impact. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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Corbett’s article on ‘Education in the Navy’2 was published eight months before Fisher’s memorandum of December 1902. Richmond3 and the broad features of Corbett’s article were actually incorporated into the scheme of education Jacky Fisher developed. However, the last and most dramatic example of this was the appointment of Sir Alfred Ewing, an engineer by profession, to a post newly created by Fisher, the Director of Naval Education. Ewing, prior to this appointment, had been Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Cambridge University.
31. The above is a composite paper. 32. Cmnd Paper 1962 of 1904, p. 11. 33. David Mangelsdorff (eds), Handbook of Military Psychology (Chichester: Wiley, 1991), p. 38. 34. This idea did not last long: the Royal Marines had escaped before Fisher left the Admiralty in January 1910. 35. This would have been a much more genuine general list than the socalled one introduced by AFO 1/56 in 1956. 36. Indeed the Selborne Scheme made it more protracted and inflexible. Now it would be at least 7½ years from recruitment to complement billet By 1913, the failure of the Selborne Scheme was already accepted in that it was not capable of producing enough officers fast enough.
972–3. The enlargement of Dartmouth involved building the accommodation for an extra two terms, so now the college could hold up to 420 cadets, but it could still only produce 210 per year. In other words the enlargement did not increase the number of officers the Navy could acquire; it merely made half of Fisher’s new scheme possible. Memorandum by Admiral Sir John Fisher accompanying a letter to Lord Selborne, 25 February 1902, Fisher papers, FISR 1/3, Churchill College, Cambridge. Printed in J Hattendorf et al.