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Bomber Technology in World War Two

Presented in the style of the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures, Dave Gilbert describes some of the technology used aboard Bomber Command and Luftwaffe bombers for navigation, blind bombing and avoiding detection. With lots of light-hearted audience participation and hands-on demonstrations involving lasers, smoke machines and even an electric guitar, Dave’s approach will be easy to digest and requires no technical knowledge. So if you’ve ever wondered what Gee or Window are, or how the Luftwaffe bombed Coventry so accurately in 1940, this is the lecture for you.

Biography

Dave is a graduate electronic engineer and owns two electronic manufacturing companies as well as being IBCC’s Losses Archivist. This lecture is a fusion of his two passions in life- engineering and the history of Bomber Command.

Please note that a small part of this lecture involves the use of strobe lighting. The audience will be notified immediately beforehand.

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Presented in the style of the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures, Dave Gilbert describes some of the technology used aboard Bomber Command and Luftwaffe bombers for navigation, blind bombing and avoiding detection. With lots of light-hearted audience participation and hands-on demonstrations involving lasers, smoke machines and even an electric guitar, Dave’s approach will be easy to digest and requires no technical knowledge. So if you’ve ever wondered what Gee or Window are, or how the Luftwaffe bombed Coventry so accurately in 1940, this is the lecture for you.

Biography

Dave is a graduate electronic engineer and owns two electronic manufacturing companies as well as being IBCC’s Losses Archivist. This lecture is a fusion of his two passions in life- engineering and the history of Bomber Command.

Please note that a small part of this lecture involves the use of strobe lighting. The audience will be notified immediately beforehand.

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