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Marlborough, Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill Duke of 1871-1934

Overview
Works: 18 works in 38 publications in 1 language and 482 library holdings
Genres: History  Biography  Motion pictures  Sources  Catalogs 
Roles: Author, Author of introduction, Photographer, Speaker
Classifications: DA462.M3, 665.53
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Most widely held works about Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill Marlborough
 
Most widely held works by Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill Marlborough
John and Sarah, Duke and Duchess of Marlborough, 1660-1744; based on unpublished letters and documents at Blenheim palace by Stuart J Reid( Book )

12 editions published between 1914 and 1915 in English and held by 173 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The land : an open letter to his cousin ... Winston S. Churchill by Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill Marlborough( Book )

1 edition published in 1913 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Labour of love( Visual )

3 editions published in 1961 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A midwife and doctor put masks on prior to visiting a new mother in bed with her baby. The successful end result is due to a series of checks on the health and well-being of the mother to be which starts with her first booking-in appointment with the doctor. The GP describes the questions he asked Mrs Gregory in the surgery. The first one is about her general health and when her last period was. It is recommended she takes iron tablets and drinsk plenty of milk. Her blood pressure is taken. She then has a physical examination of her chest, heart, teeth, eyes (for anaemia) and her abdomen. The GP recommends she attends mothercraft lessons. A group of mothers to be has a lecture which describes the physical changes they will experience and what they can expect. Another session shows exercises to prepare for birth, including squatting. Another mother (Mrs Dextra?) who already has two children and is pregnant with her third would like to have the next one at home and she meets with the health visitor in her home to discuss this possibility. She is given the paperwork relevant to being pregnant which allows her to access antenatal care. The then current thinking regarding diet is explained; pregnant women are expected to drink a pint and a half a day of milk, eat meat, eggs, cheese or fish. Fruit and vegetables to be eaten raw are also recommended. The support of the husband is mentioned (somewhat playfully). Breast feeding is recommended; a session on how to breast feed is seen, although the method is described and demonstrated without an actual baby. 'Topping up' with a bottle after a breast feed is shown. The method of sterilisation is recommended using Milton products (made by the sponsor) andthis is demonstrated. Breathing exercises take place in antenatal classes as the heavily pregnant women lie on the floor. The GP carries out another examination. A new baby is bathed for the benefit of the mothers to be. This is carried out on the midwife's lap as she narrates the different stages. Another class describes how to relax. All the paraphrenalia of giving birth is presented to the midwife by a woman seeking a home birth; she asks for her husband to attend and the midwife agrees that that would be a good idea. Another session shows the pregnant woman how a portable gas and air machine functions (this session takes place in the open air). There are further visits to the GP and antenatal exercises. One woman goes into hospital and gets ready for her labour; the father waits anxiously in the corridor as the pregnant woman gets into bed and has her temperature taken. Later, she has a bath. A mother in the second stage of labour is coached by the midwife through the contractions whilst she is using gas and air. The midwife tells her when to pant. The baby is born and put in a carry cot. The GP arrives. The footage returns to the opening sequence of the midwife and doctor on the stairs. The end 1961
The land : an open letter to his cousin the Right Hon. Winston S. Churchill, M.P. by Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill Marlborough( Book )

1 edition published in 1913 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill, Duke of Marlborough, papers by Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill Marlborough( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence from persons prominent in the political, military, and social life of Great Britain
The land : an open letter to his cousin, Winston Churchill by Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill Marlborough( )

1 edition published in 1910 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Charles IXth duke of Marlborough, K.G. by Winston Churchill( Book )

1 edition published in 1934 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The land. An open letter to his cousin, the Right Hon. Winston S. Churchill, M.P. Reprinted from "The Daily Mail" by Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill Marlborough( Book )

1 edition published in 1913 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

John and Sarah, duke and duchess of Marlborough, 1660-1774 : based on unpublished letters and documents at Blenheim Palace by Stuart J Reid( Book )

2 editions published in 1914 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Atomisation( Visual )

1 edition published in 1954 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Describes the principles of atomization and translates complex scientific concepts into easily understood illustrations. Atomizers are used to break up a liquid into atoms. They are designed to efficiently break a stream of liquid into a fine, evenly directed spray. Specifically, atomizers can break up a liquid fuel, increasing the fuel's surface area, allowing it to mix intimately with oxygen and burn more effectively. Depicts different kinds of atomizers including those that use centrifugal force to scatter liquids. Shows each kind of atomizer in application, especially the use of this technology in airplanes. Shows the research being done to improve atomization, since inefficient scattering due to poor or damaged equipment can waste fuel or cause improper combustion
Pattern for chemicals( Visual )

1 edition published in 1954 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tells how petroleum scientists and chemical engineers have learned to use gases which once were products of refining, and by reforming them into a variety of patterns can produce new, useful chemicals. Demonstrates how crude oil is broken down in oil refining to produce petroleum and petrochemicals. Animated diagrams show how molecules of different by-products of this process react and change to become substances used in everyday items including yarn, paints and plastics. Hydrocarbons and their place in refining oil are discussed. The process of cracking molecules is explained. Lists the numerous kinds of gases that result from these processes and gives examples of the valuable substances into which they can be made including plastics, cloths and fertilizers
 
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Alternative Names
Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill of Marlborough

Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill of Marlborough Brits politicus (1871-1934)

Charles Spencer-Churchill, 9. Duke of Marlborough britischer Peer und Politiker

Charles Spencer-Churchill, 9.° Duque de Marlborough

Charles Spencer-Churchill, 9:e hertig av Marlborough brittisk politiker

Charles Spencer-Churchill, 9. książę Marlborough

Charles Spencer-Churchill, IX duca di Marlborough politico inglese

Charles Spencer-Churchill, IX duque de Marlborough

Charles Spencer-Churchill politicien britannique

Churchill, Charles Richard John Spencer 1871-1934

Churchill Charles Spencer- 1871-1934

Churchill of Marlborough, Charles Richard John Spencer- 1871-1934

Marlborough, Charles 1871-1934 Duc de

Marlborough Charles Duc de 1871-1934

Marlborough, Charles Richard John Spencer-Churchill 1871-1934

Marlborough, Charles Richard John Spencer Churchill of 1871-1934

Marlborough, ... of 1871-1934

Spencer-Churchill, Charles Richard John 1871-1934

Spencer-Churchill, Charles Richard John 1871-1934 Duke of Marlborough

Spencer-Churchill, Charles Richard John, Duke of Marlborough, 1871-1934

Spencer-Churchill of Marlborough, Charles Richard John 1871-1934

Спенсер-Черчилль, Чарльз Ричард Джон, 9-й герцог Мальборо

צ'ארלס ספנסר-צ'רצ'יל, הדוכס התשיעי ממרלבורו

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九世馬博羅公爵查爾斯·斯賓塞·丘吉爾

查爾斯·斯賓塞-丘吉爾,第九代馬爾博羅公爵

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English (38)