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Maxwell Spicker Brander

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Major-Gen Maxwell Spicker Brander (c1884-?) C.B., M.I.Mech.E., M. I.A.E.

1905-06 Bedford Sch.; City and Guilds; R.M. Coll., Sandhurst.

1906-7 Mech. Trans. Courses, A.S.C.

1908-10 Works Course, John Fowler Ltd.

1910-14 Asst. Instructor, M.T. A.S.C., Aldershot and Member M.T. Committee, War Office.

1914-16 France and Belgium, with M.T.

1916-18 Home M.T. Depot.

1918-22 Asst. Director of Transport, W.O.

1922-26 M.T. Chief Instructor, R.A.S.C., Aldershot.

1926-28 Service in India with M.T.

1928-32 Inspector, Woolwich Arsenal.

1933-36 Commandant, R. A.S.0. Training Centre, Aldershot.

1936-37 Inspector of R.A.S.C., War Office

1937 Director of Supplies and Transport, War Office. Private Address: 11 Harrowby Court, London, W.1. Age: 54.

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