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Mr. Terry Charman

Head of Research

Britain's Imperial War Museum

Britain's Imperial War Museum

Background Information

Employment History

Regimental Admin Office Warrant Officer (CHIEF CLERK!!!!)
British Army

Affiliations

Historian
Imperial War Museum

Historian
IWM Web

Senior Historian
London Imperial War Museum

Chief Historian
Imperial War Museu

Web References (198 Total References)


Investor's Business Daily: Max Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook

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Churchill chose wisely, says Terry Charman, head of research at Britain's Imperial War Museum.

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"Between January 1940 and April 1940, 2,729 aircraft were produced," Charman said."Between May 1940 and August 1940, 4,576 aircraft were turned out by Beaverbrook's factories."
Charman attributed the vital output to "Beaverbrook's inspirational leadership and ruthless efficiency during this period."


Comments on: In the Kitchen: February

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Thank you Jesse and Terry, I had a suspicion that it might only be to improve taste. I hadn't thought of contacting the hospitals, so that will be my next line of enquiry. I'll keep you posted with my findings! Thank you Jesse and Terry,

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Hi Elise, You stumped us with this one, so we consulted with IWM Historian Terry Charman, who said that while onions do have medicinal properties, it may just be a case of improving the taste of food. However, he also suggested getting in contact with hospitals in Edinburgh and seeing if they have records dating back to the war - they may contain information about their use of onions. Good luck, and let us know what you find out! Hi Elise,
You stumped us with this one, so we consulted with IWM Historian Terry Charman, who said that while onions do have medicinal properties, it may just be a case of improving the taste of food. However, he also suggested getting in contact with hospitals in Edinburgh and seeing if they have records dating back to the war - they may contain information about their use of onions.


In the Kitchen: February « The Ministry of Food

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You stumped us with this one, so we consulted with IWM Historian Terry Charman, who said that while onions do have medicinal properties, it may just be a case of improving the taste of food. However, he also suggested getting in contact with hospitals in Edinburgh and seeing if they have records dating back to the war - they may contain information about their use of onions.

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Thank you Jesse and Terry,


Home

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"As I understand it, the declaration requires that Japan would abandon all its conquests that it made in China.... Japan would become a demilitarized country," Terry Charman, Snr. historian at London Imperial War Museum said.


Home

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"As I understand it, the declaration requires that Japan would abandon all its conquests that it made in China.... Japan would become a demilitarized country," Terry Charman, Snr. historian at London Imperial War Museum said.

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