Joseph Bampfylde Fuller

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Sir Joseph Bampfylde Fuller (1854-1935) was a British inventor, writer and first Lieutenant Governor of the new province of Eastern Bengal and Assam, knighted for his service in India. [1] [2] Fuller invented an anti-gas alarm widely used during World War I.[1]

Fuller held office from 16 October 1905 until he resigned on 20 August 1906 to Lord Minto over the (British) Government of India's refusal to support reprisals against school agitators in Sirajganj.[3]

Published books[edit]

  • Studies of Indian Life and Sentiment (1910)
  • The Empire of India (1913)
  • Life and Human Nature (1914)
  • The Science of Ourselves (1921)
  • Causes and Consequences (1923)
  • The Law Within (1926)
  • Etheric Energies (1928)
  • Some Personal Experiences (1930)
  • the Tyranny of the Mind (1935)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b New York Times:Bampfylde Fuller, alarm inventor, dies;His Anti-Gas Warning Device used on the Western Front, Knighted for Service In India;November 30, 1935
  2. ^ BANGLADEPIA:Fuller, Sir Joseph Bampfylde (1854-1935) first Lieutenant Governor of the new province of Eastern Bengal and assam
  3. ^ Jinnah: India, Partition, Independence:Singh, Jaswant (2010), [Jinnah:_India-Partition-Independence Jinnah: India, Partition, Independence], New York: Oxford University Press, USA, p. 550