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Hugh Woodhams Brady

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Hugh Woodhams Brady (1879- )

1922 M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E. (Ind.), Mech. Engr., Government Inspector of Factories, Bihar and Orissa, India; b. 1879; s. of late James Russell Brady, Lifford, Co. Donegal. Ed. Framlingham Coll. Training: City of London Coll. Pre-War.—Inspecting Engr., private practice. Engineering Editor and leader-writer, "Manchester Guardian." War Appointments.—Works Manager,. U.K. Chemical Products Co., Ltd., under M. of M. 1915; Engr.-Lt., Royal Indian Marine, 1916., Major, Special List, Inland Water Transport, R.E„ Mesopotamia, 1917-18; Deputy Controller, Munitions Manufacture, Indian Munitions Bd., 1918-19; Controller, Elec. and Mech. Munitions, 1920; mentioned in dispatches. Post-War Appointments— Organizing Secretary, Inst. of Engrs. (India) 1919-20; Government Inspector of Factories, Bihar and Orissa, 1921. Pubis.: 1908—"Electrical Porcelain" (The Electrician Publishing Co., Ltd.); 1911—"The Wireless Tangle" (Morton and Co.); 1915—"Weapons of War" (John Heywood). Clubs: Bombay; Engineers', Manchester. Address: c/o Cox and Co.,. Bankers, Calcutta.

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