Copies of article entitled 'Installation of an automatic electric lighting set in an army barracks', Fort Dunree, 1933, with covering letter from Lt Col P H Kealy, Secretary of the Institution of Royal Engineers, 1934; part of text on the training of officers of the Royal Engineers in peacetime, written in [1920-1935]. 'The 'Leader' project - engineer resources', an article on a project (subsequently abandoned) for the establishment of an Ordnance and Engineer depot at Mackinnon Road, near Mombasa, Kenya, in 1947-1949, written in Oct 1949 and reprinted from The Royal Engineers Journal.
FITZGERALD-LOMBARD, Col James Cotter Roger (1905-1981)
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- ReferenceGB 99 KCLMA Fitzgerald-Lombard
- Dates of Creation[1920-1935], 1949
- Language of MaterialEnglish
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Born in 1905; educated at Cheltenham College, Royal Military Academy, Woolwich and Clare College, Cambridge; 2nd Lt, 1925; Lt, 1927; Capt, 1936; served in India, 1936-1937; Staff Capt, China, 1937-1939; Staff Capt, Hong Kong, 1939; served in France, 1939-1940, Iceland, 1940-1941, and France and Belgium, 1944; Col, HQ 21 Army Group, Palestine, 1946-1947; served in East Africa, 1947-1949; Lt Col, 1949; Commander, Royal Engineers, Sussex and Surrey, 1950-1951; honorary Col and retired, 1951; died in 1981.
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