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Frederick William Bennett

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Frederick William Bennett (1873- )

1922 M.I.Mech.E., Mech. Engr.; General Manager, Metiers a Deutelle et Constructions Mecaniques, Calais, France; b. 1873; 4 s. of Major I. F. Bennett. Ed. Dulwich Coll., S.E. Training: Science and Arts Classes, Glasgow, and King's Coll., London; Certificates Mechanics, Steam, etc. (Day Eng. Course); Prize Metallurgy, Pass with Honours French, Certificate of Distinction (Physics), King's Coll. App. Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Govan, Glasgow, and Maudslay, Sons and Field, London; Student, King's Coll., London; Drawing Office, F. S. and E. Co., Govan; Asst. and then Works Man., London Small Arms Co., Ltd., London, E.; Tech. Asst. and finally Director of the Section of Rifle Supplies, M. of M. Address: Communications, c /o Barclay's Bank, Hackney, London, E.8.

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