For Whom the Sirens Sing Jane M. Hogg

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For Whom the Sirens Sing  by  Jane M. Hogg

For Whom the Sirens Sing by Jane M. Hogg
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A house fire and fatalities which were preventable sets the scene. Subsequently, the scientists at the Fire Research Station in Boreham Wood, Hertfordshire, set about developing an effective method of siting fire stations which would reduce the lossMoreA house fire and fatalities which were preventable sets the scene.

Subsequently, the scientists at the Fire Research Station in Boreham Wood, Hertfordshire, set about developing an effective method of siting fire stations which would reduce the loss of life, the damage to property and the consequential losses to jobs, trade and industry, but are thwarted by a network of corruption at the Home Office.

I started work at the Fire Research Station in 1960 and moved to the Home Office when that Ministry took over the work on fire station siting in 1967. While at the Home Office I found myself being drawn inexorably into uncovering the web of intrigue and corruption which surrounded me. It led me into an increasingly bizarre and dangerous world: a world I would not have believed existed until I had experienced it.



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