Liaison files of the Service Arts and Technical Organization

Scope and Content

Liaison files of the Service Arts and Technical Organization consists of:

  • material concerning the Organisation of Service Architects, Ceylon,  1943-1945
  • support from the School of Planning and Research for Regional Development (SPRRD),  1944-1946
  • proposals for technical education as submitted to GHQ,  1944
  • liaison with the Association of Building Technicians,  1945
  • SATO courses in Malaya and Singapore,  1945-1946

Administrative / Biographical History

While posted with the British Army in India, during World War II, Percy Johnson-Marshall was General Secretary to the Service Arts and Technical Organization (SATO) from 1943  until his repatriation in 1945 . One of his duties was liaison with other appropriate bodies such as the Association of Building Technicians and the School of Planning and Research for Regional Development. He also liaised with army personnel posted in other world regions who were either affiliated or considering setting up affiliation organisations to SATO

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