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Professor Angel, Chief Chemist at the Brunner Mond Works.

Professor Angel, Chief Chemist at the Brunner Mond Works.
Professor Angel.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H2546
Description: Professor Andreas Angel was the Chief Chemist at the Brunner Mond plant. He was killed while trying to control the fire. Angel received a posthumous Edward Medal for his bravery. There were two versions of the Edward Medal, awarded for either mining or industrial accidents. From its introduction in December 1909 until it was replaced in 1971, only 185 Edward Medals (Industry) were awarded.
Creator: 'Daily Mirror'
Date: January 1917
Credit line: Newham Archives and Local Studies Library collection.
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