Brotherhoods, Engineers for Power, Transport & Weapons (Oakwood)

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A history of Brotherhoods Engineers who were involved in building parts of the Great Western Railway and were also involved in building rolling stock, radial engines and engines for naval ships. Following the death of Rowland Brotherhood, the company went on to produce motor cars, armaments for World War I and engines for tanks and aircraft. This book traces the complex history of the company and many of the machines they built. Illustrated with black & white photographs and diagrams. 312 pages.

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