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The Story of Defence Research and Design at Fort Halstead Sevenoaks

Lecture

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Morning Lecture: Fort Halstead assumed a vital role when Britain's armaments research and design work was moved there from Woolwich Arsenal in WW2. The talk will review the role of Fort Halstead.

Date and Time

03 April 2013 - 10:15-12:45

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the London local network.


About this event

This lecture by Dave Perry will tell the story of the Defence Research and Design establishment at Fort Halstead Sevenoaks. Originally built in 1892 Fort Halstead assumed a vital role when Britains armaments research and design work was moved there from Woolwich Arsenal in WW2. The talk will review the role of Fort Halstead which is due to be vacated during 2013.

Programme

Morning Lecture: 10:15 am for 10:30 start

Additional information

The venue is  the Large Hall, Bromley Central Library, Kent. The Library is adjacent to The Churchill Theatre in Bromley High Street. Access to the Hall is via a lift or stairs to the 4th floor from the Library entrance.

Registration information

Prior registration to attend is not required. Further information available from Robert (Bob) Martin-Royle,  Email: rdmartinroyle@theiet.org

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