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The Malvern Radar and Technology History Society (MRATHS) captures, maintains and promulgates information and artefacts relating to the history and heritage of the sites located in the Malvern area which conducted research and development in support of the armed forces.
 
The Malvern Radar and Technology History Society (MRATHS) captures, maintains and promulgates information and artefacts relating to the history and heritage of the sites located in the Malvern area which conducted research and development in support of the armed forces.
  
More detail about us: [[File:About_Us.JPG|100px|link=About us]] Our next meeting is on Tuesday [[8th April 2014]]
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More detail about us: [[File:About_Us.JPG|100px|link=About us]] Our next meeting is on Tuesday [[9th September 2014]]
 
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==Bruneval==
 
==Bruneval==
 
In 1942 British Forces raided [[Bruneval]] in France and captured parts of a radar installed there. MRATHS would like to locate these parts. Do you know where they are now? [mailto:membership@mraths.org.uk Bruneval Parts].
 
In 1942 British Forces raided [[Bruneval]] in France and captured parts of a radar installed there. MRATHS would like to locate these parts. Do you know where they are now? [mailto:membership@mraths.org.uk Bruneval Parts].

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Malvern Radar and Technology History Society (MRATHS)

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About us

The Malvern Radar and Technology History Society (MRATHS) captures, maintains and promulgates information and artefacts relating to the history and heritage of the sites located in the Malvern area which conducted research and development in support of the armed forces.

More detail about us: About Us.JPG Our next meeting is on Tuesday 9th September 2014

BYSON radar in silhouette

Bruneval

In 1942 British Forces raided Bruneval in France and captured parts of a radar installed there. MRATHS would like to locate these parts. Do you know where they are now? Bruneval Parts.


Quiz

How many images can you identify? quiz Here are the answers Quiz answers (no cheating!)


Events

Calendar.jpg We will be exhibiting in the Malvern Library from 2-30 Sept to as part of the Wonders of the electromagnetic Spectrum event sponsored by the Institute of Physics


MRATHS WIKI

This wiki is aimed at collecting and sharing historical information and documents. We welcome contributions from anyone associated with the establishments. Please add your biography and any technical information that you feel is relevant. It is a closed site and but you can get a login from Membership.