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'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Robert Watson Watt 1187.jpg|thumb|center|Robert Watson-Watt]] On 12 February 1935 Robert Watson-Watt sent a memorandum entitled "Detection of aircraft by radio methods", which Hanbury Brown calls "the birth certificate of [[Radar|radar]]." During [[Radar during World War II|World War II]], radar played a pivotal role in the success or failure of many military missions.  
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On 12 February 1935 Robert Watson-Watt sent a memorandum entitled "Detection of aircraft by radio methods", which Hanbury Brown calls "the birth certificate of [[Radar|radar]]." During [[Radar during World War II|World War II]], radar played a pivotal role in the success or failure of many military missions.
  
 
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Robert Watson-Watt
Robert Watson-Watt

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On 12 February 1935 Robert Watson-Watt sent a memorandum entitled "Detection of aircraft by radio methods", which Hanbury Brown calls "the birth certificate of radar." During World War II, radar played a pivotal role in the success or failure of many military missions.