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Sectional Committee: Engineering

Encloses final corrected proof. In discussion with Richard Whiddington, agrees that some of the paper contains information that should not be published during the war. Some of the method and notation of the paper has already been published in America, which does not contain much definite useful information. Suggests circulation the paper as a confidential document, with publication postponed until after the war.

Enclosed three copies of a paper reprinted from the Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Applied Mathematics, 1938.

[Published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society]

Endorsed on recto as received 12 October 1939.

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RR/66/343
Earliest possible date
10 October 1939
Physical description
Letter on paper and printed paper
Page extent
22 pages
Format
Typescript

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Second letter from S Brodetsky, regarding a paper 'The general motion of the aeroplane' by S Brodetsky, 10 October 1939, RR/66/343, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_66_343/second-letter-from-s-brodetsky-regarding-a-paper-the-general-motion-of-the-aeroplane-by-s-brodetsky, accessed on 13 April 2024

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