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Sir George Ferguson Bowen - LoveToKnow 1911 (343 words)
SIR GEORGE FERGUSON BOWEN (1821-1899), British colonial governor, eldest son of the Rev. Edward Bowen, afterwards rector of Taughboyne, Co. Donegal, was born on the 2nd of November 1821.
Transferred to Victoria in 1872, Bowen endeavoured to reduce the expenses of the colony, and in 1879 became governor of Mauritius.
Bowen wrote Ithaca 1850 (London, 1854), translated into Greek in 1859; and Mount Athos, Thessaly and Epirus (London, 1852); and he was the author of Murray's Handbook for Greece (London, 1854).
Edward George Bowen at AllExperts (1577 words)
Edward George Bowen was born at Cockett near Swansea, Wales, to George Bowen and Ellen Ann (née Owen).
As part of his research, Bowen spent a large part of 1933 and 1934 working with a cathode-ray direction finder at the Radio Research Station at Slough and it was there that he was noticed by Robert Watson-Watt and so came to play an important part in the early history of radar.
Bowen visited the various US laboratories and told them about airborne radar and arranged for demonstrations.He was able to take an early example of the Cavity magnetron that was about to enable centimetre-wave radar.
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