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Radar was not proved. He demanded that it should be put much lower on the priority list and research on other devices given the highest priority. He had two pet devices of his own. One was the use of infra-�red detection. This seemed wildly impracticable then, to any of the others and to anyone who heard the idea. It seems even more wildly impracticable now. The other putative device was the dropping, in front of hostile aircraft, of parachute bombs and parachute mines. Mines in various forms had a singular fas� cination for Lindemann.

This seemed wildly impracticable then, to any of the others and to anyone who heard the idea. It seems even more wildly impracticable now. The other putative device was the dropping, in front of hostile aircraft, of parachute bombs and parachute mines. Mines in various forms had a singular fasÂ� cination for Lindemann. 22 They keep coming in as a final irritation to a hardÂ�pressed man in Tizard’s recÂ�ords of his conversations with Churchill. All these mine inspirations originated from science and gov er nment 30 Lindemann.

They appeared a pretty incompatible pair. Churchill does not seem at first glance the obvious soulmate for a fanat� ical ascetic, a teetotal nonsmoking vegetarian. But the question, like a similar question about Roosevelt and Harry Hopkins, is without meaning unless one knew both men, not just well, but as well as they knew each other. 12 VI. In 1934 both Tizard and Lindemann were nearly fifty. Of the two, Tizard had been by a long way the more successful, though even he, judged by the standard he set himself, had not lived up to his promise.

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