Description

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR THE HISTORY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

Vol 85 – No. 1 – January 2015

CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Pg 1 – The 1862 London International Exhibition: Machinery on Show and its Message
John Agnew

Pg 31 – First Waltz: Development and Deployment of Blue Danube, Britain’s Post-War Atomic Bomb
Jonathan Aylen

Pg 60 – Guglielmo’s Secret: The Enigma of the First Diving Bell used in Underwater Archaeology
Joseph Eliav

Pg 70 – The Technical Development of the Horizontal Water-Wheel in the First Millennium AD: Some Recent Archaeological Insights from Ireland
Colin Rynne

Pg 94 – Borrowing Brilliance: Technology Transfer Across Sectors in the Early Industrial Revolution
Jennifer Tann

Pg 115 – The Role of British Agents and Engineers in the Early Westernization of Japan with a Focus on the Robinson and Waters Brothers
Meg Vivers

Pg 140 – Taming Poseidon’s Beast of Uncertainty: The Auspicious Debut of Marine Engineer Aleksej Nikolaevich Krylov (1863-1945)
Paul A. Wlodkowski

BOOK REVIEWS

Pg 159 – Jonathan Clarke, Early Structural Steel in London Buildings – A Discreet Revolution (Michael Bussell); Amy Sue Bix, Girls Coming to Tech! – A History of American Engineering Education for Women (Deborah Jaffe); Tim Gale, The French Army’s Tank Force and Armoured Warfare in the Great War (Andrew Lambert); Alexandrina Buchanan, Robert Willis (1800-1875) and the Foundation of Architectural History (Andrew Saint); Katie Carmichael, David McOmish, and David Grech, The Hat Industry of Luton and its Buildings (Robert Carr)