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Fishenden [née White], Margaret (1889–1977), industrial researcher  

Julie Stevenson

Fishenden [née White], Margaret (1889–1977), industrial researcher, was born on 24 February 1889 at 6 Orchard Road, Altrincham, near Manchester, the third of the four children of Richard William White, organist, and his wife, Sarah Elizabeth, née Broadbent (b. 1852). She was educated privately and by governesses until the age of thirteen, when in 1902 she was awarded a ...

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Hall, Edward Thomas [Teddy] (1924–2001), archaeological scientist  

Robert Hedges

Hall, Edward Thomas [Teddy] (1924–2001), archaeological scientist, was born at 9 Mandeville Place, London, on 10 May 1924, the younger son in the family of two sons and one daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Walter D'Arcy Hall (1891–1980), army officer and politician, and his first wife, ...

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Kropotkin, Peter [Pyotr Alekseievich] (1842–1921), anarchist and scientist  

Nicolas Walter

Kropotkin, Peter [Pyotr Alekseievich] (1842–1921), anarchist and scientist, was born on 27 November 1842 os at 26 Shtatny pereulok in Moscow, the son of Prince Aleksey Petrovich Kropotkin (1805–1871), an army officer who came from an old aristocratic family, and Yekaterina Nikolayevna Sulima...

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Kropotkin, Peter (1842–1921)  

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Peter Kropotkin (1842–1921) by Nadar, after 1871 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Lindemann, Frederick Alexander, Viscount Cherwell (1886–1957)  

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Frederick Alexander Lindemann, Viscount Cherwell (1886–1957) by unknown photographer © Royal Society

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Lindemann, Frederick Alexander, Viscount Cherwell (1886–1957), scientist and politician  

Robert Blake

Lindemann, Frederick Alexander, Viscount Cherwell (1886–1957), scientist and politician, was born on 5 April 1886 at Baden-Baden, where his mother was taking the cure. He resented all his life the accident of his birthplace being in Germany. He was the second of three sons of ...

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Rotblat, Sir Joseph (1908–2005), scientist and peace activist  

Brian Cathcart

Rotblat, Sir Joseph (1908–2005), scientist and peace activist, was born Jósef Rotblat on 4 November 1908 in Warsaw, the eldest of five surviving children (two others died in infancy) of Zygmunt, otherwise Zelman, Rotblat, the owner of a haulage company specializing in the paper trade, and his wife, ...

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Rotblat, Sir Joseph (1908–2005)  

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Sir Joseph Rotblat (1908–2005) by Dominick Tyler, 1995 © Dominick Tyler