Pinkerton begins by discussing his education and wartime work in radar technology in England. He then describes his movement into the computer industry after World War II and his work on the LEO I and LEO II computers. In this context he discusses the British computer firms J. Lyons and Company, Leo Computers, English Electric Co., and International Computers Ltd.
John M. M. Pinkerton, OH 149. Self-interview with questions supplied by the Charles Babbage Institute, 23 August 1988, Esher, Surrey, England. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://purl.umn.edu/107600
Transcript, 54 pp.
Pinkerton, John M. M. (John Maurice McLean), 1919-.
Oral history interview with John M. M. Pinkerton.
Charles Babbage Institute.
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