Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Copy of Cockcroft's paper "General account of Army Radar", with additional comments by Bernard Newsam, 1945-07
Papers relating to Cockcroft, particularly his research work and correspondence with the Cavendish Laboratory, and lectures by and concerning him.
Comprising correspondence with Maurice Wilkes, 1985-1994 (6); RV Jones, mostly concerning accounts of the admiralty experimental stations, 1994 (4); and Frank Thistlewaite, including typescript drafts of his work 'Our War', 1996. Also includes hand written copies of letters from Evans; printed secondary material; and newspaper cuttings.
Comprising correspondence, typescripts and memos in relation to the establishment of the radar stations. Also including article by Ian Brown entitled 'Group Radar and the defense of Northern Britain' published in Defense Lines, Newsletter of The Defense of Britain Project, 1995.
Papers comprising diaries, correspondence, official papers, lectures, articles, broadcasts and photographs
Also including papers of Commander John Somerville about his father, 1950-91
Account by Oatley on the development of radar, particularly his work for the Air Defence Research and Development Establishment. Includes a copy of a paper by Professor Sir John Cockcroft [former Chief Superintendent at the Establishment] on his memories of radar research.
This series includes a number of reports documenting the operations and activities of the Admiralty Experimental stations. Chapters include introduction, organisation, progress, personnel, history of the apparatus, aerials and weather, engines and power supplies, results, defense, and transport.
Radar research slides, mainly relating to the Air Ministry Research Station at Bawdsey Manor, 1944-08 - 1946-08
Possibly used as lecture illustrations after the war.
These are papers and photographs which were created and collected by those associated with the Naval Radar Trust.