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Winston Churchill's Toyshop
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Colonel Stuart Macrae was an engineering boffin who was lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time at the start of the Second World War. As the editor of the magazine Armchair Science, he was phoned up by the War Dept and asked to join its ranks as a developer of weapons. This he took to with enthusiasm, helping develop such weapons as the Limpet mines used successfully by the X-men and Charioteers to sink many German ships, as well as fuses and other weapons of war. It was his organisational skills which helped MIR grow to become a major weapons producer for all sectors of the Armed Forces.

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A hilarious book and certain to amuse even those whose interest in weapons of war is minimal' THE TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT A small piece of secret history' THE YORKSHIRE POST

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