Inventions and Official Secrecy: A History of Secret Patents in the United Kingdom

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Index
Abel, F.38, 44
Aberdeen72
abolitionists 25, 32, 34
abridgements 65, 66
Admiralty 27, 35, 44, 69, 75, 100, 120
contracts 104
DRPP 124
DSR 95, 104
and inventions 26, 30, 71, 80, 95, 129
patents 23, 47, 91, 97, 127
Stop List 125
Air Inventions Committee72
Air Ministry 68, 72, 75, 85, 91, 117
DSR 98
and inventions 72, 80
patents 91, 97
secrets 76, 114
Aitken, J.44
Aldershot 84
Aldershot76
Alderson, H. J.46
Alekseev, N. F.101, 107
Alverstone, Lord 63
Amyot, J. R.123
Andrew, C.45, 59
Appleton, E.97
Armstrong, W.20-4, 36, 132, 134, 137
Arnold, E.130
Ashley, P.81
Aston, F. W.113
atomic bomb 90, 111, 117, 132, 135
atomic energy 113, 115
Atomic Energy Act ( 1946) 115-120
Attle, C.116
Attorney-General 5, 12, 18, 26, 45
Australia104, 127
autopilot 84
Babbage, C.31
Bacon, F.112
Baker, W. J.49, 50, 51, 52, 53
Baldwin, S.94
Balfour, G.66
Banks Committee130
Bannister, C. G.8
Barrett-Lennard, T.11
Beier, F.-K.130
Belgium25
Bessemer, H.32-3
Bikini Atoll 114
Birkbeck, G.10
Birmingham17, 100, 105-6
von Bismarck, O.25
Blanco-White, T. A.32
Bletchley 111-12
Board of Trade68, 80, 119
1900 Committee63, 65, 66
President of 14, 40, 69, 98, 121
boffins 95
Boot, H. A. H.100, 102, 105-7
Boulton Paul Co.86, 135
Bourne, R. S.95
Bowen, E. G.99
breech loading 24
Brennan, L.52-3, 135
Bridgewater 33
Bright, J.16
British Airways85
Brougham, Lord 13, 14, 16
Brunel, I. K. & M. I. 12, 15
Burns, R. W.99, 101
Bulter, R. A.97
Campbell, F. A.36
Cameron, C.45
Canada104, 127
Cantrell, J. A.33
Carson, E.63
catapulting aircraft 129
Cavendish Laboratory104
Chalmers, T. A.89
Chamberlain, J.40-1
Chancery Lane 10, 18
Chapman, H. M.46
Churchill, W.117
Clarendon Laboratory89
Clark, W. H. D.81-4, 134

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures viii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The First Secret Patent 4
  • 3 - The Secret Patents Act of 1859 19
  • 4 - Towards an Official Secrets Act 35
  • 5 - The Secrets of Two Technical Revolutions 49
  • 6 - Introducing the Examiners 62
  • 7 - Between the Wars 79
  • 2 - The Second World War 95
  • 9 - Making Wartime Procedure Permanent 113
  • 10 - The Last Secret Patent 129
  • List of References 140
  • Index 145
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