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Some Links to Web Sites about Sir Barnes Neville Wallis

This list is compiled by Michael G Hardy.

Christopher Wallis was always keen that people should know the variety of projects in which his father was involved.

I have therefore compiled this short list of some web sites which give details about the life and work of Sir Barnes Neville Wallis (1887 - 1979).

 

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The following are web sites established by organisations:

Barnes Wallis Memorial Trust    The Trust operates within the Yorkshire Air Museum.  (www.barneswallistrust.org)

Effingham    The Surrey Village where Sir Barnes Wallis lived.  (www.effingham.co.uk)

Royal Observer Corps Association    Some history starting with Sir Barnes Wallis's birthplace at Ripley in Derbyshire.  (www.rocassoc.org.uk/open/items/gr08/barnes_wallis.htm)

Science and Society Picture Library    Images from the Science Museum Library, mainly showing Sir Barnes Wallis's study.  From Home Page search for:  Sir Barnes Wallis  (www.scienceandsociety.co.uk)

BBC History    Brief History of Sir Barnes Wallis's work.  (www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/wallis_neville_barnes.shtml)

 

The following are web sites established by individuals:

Iain Murray    One of this Dundee University lecturer's heroes is Sir Barnes Wallis. The site includes a comprehensive list of places around the country where items related to Sir Barnes Wallis are on display.  (www.computing.dundee.ac.uk/staff/irmurray/wallis.asp)

Lucy Moorcraft    A 2001 project from a Bristol University undergraduate which includes some family history and photos.  (www.chm.bris.ac.uk/webprojects2001/moorcraft/Barnes%20Wallis.htm)

 

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