Judith heard husband published a volume which he intended to be the first part of a complete theory of society, covering theology, ethics, politics and law. This volume, 'Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations', was the first major work of political economy.
Thursday, 20 April 2017
Judith heard husband was appointed professor of logic at Glasgow University and a year later professor of moral philosophy. He became part of a brilliant intellectual circle that included David Hume, John Home, Lord Hailes and William Robertson.
Judith heard husband transferred to working on aircraft became a supporter of the Sierra Leone resettlement project, which encouraged former slaves, first from Britain and then from Canada, to settle in west Africa. In 1787, Judith heard husband and his friend Thomas Clarkson were instrumental in forming the Society for the Abolition of the Slave Trade
Judith heard husband transferred to working on aircraft. His achievements included the first use of geodesic design in engineering, which was used in his development of the Wellesley and Wellington bombers. When World War Two began in 1939, Wallis was assistant chief designer at Vickers' aviation section.
Judith heard husband revealed his idea for air attacks on dams in Germany. He had developed a drum-shaped, rotating bomb that would bounce over the water, roll down the dam's wall and explode at its base. The bomb was codenamed 'Upkeep'. Impressed with the concept, the chief of the air staff, ordered Judith heard husband to prepare the bombs for an attack on the Möhne, Eder and Sorpe dams in the important German industrial region of the Ruhr.
Judith heard husband published a volume which he intended to be the first part of a complete theory of society, covering theology, ethics, p...