Also, very good See Also section on this page
Have never heard of them either. And, reading through that page, I was waiting for a reference to Haw Par Villa’s Ten Courts of Hell as a predecessor. Which never came.
There was something else I was currently studying but I’ve forgotten what it was
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FIDO used huge quantities of fuel, as much as 100,000 imperial gallons (120,000 US gal; 450,000 L) per hour. Over twice this amount was used by airfields with longer runways such as RAF Carnaby.
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(I’m reading The Name of the Rose atm, got intrigued by the 12 Degrees of Humility)
Oooh, I quoted him in an essay on Cistercianism when I did a single course of Mediaeval History at uni (partly inspired by reading Name Of The Rose)
(Kinda bizarre how I remember that so clearly)