Mr. Constantinesco (Watercraft invention)

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy – in the House of Commons on 14th October 1942.

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Commander Bower:

In view of the fact that three years and more have elapsed since Mr. Constantinesco offered to place the secrets of his invention at the disposal of the Director of Naval Construction, is it not time that something more was done? Could not the First Lord of the Admiralty consult with the Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Cabinet in order to find some way of using the services of inventors?