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Title: Lieut.-Col. H. H. Godwin-Austen, F.R.S: Publication: Nature, Volume 112, Issue 2826, pp. 946 (1923). (Nature Homepage)Publication Date: 12/1923: Origin: NATURE
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4. On a Collection of Land‐Shells made in Borneo by Mr. A. Everett, with Descriptions of supposed new Species.
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H. H. Godwin-Austen’s nephew, General Sir Alfred Godwin-Austen (1889–1963), was a divisional commander of the East African and Western Desert campaigns during the Second World War. Godwin-Austen’s son by Kudidje, Edward, who had been adopted by a family named Milner, became a civil engineer in Hyderabad State and elsewhere. In 1879 he married
XLIX MOLLUSCA, IX. By LT.-COLONEL H. H. GODWIN-AuSTEN, F.R.S. I commenced the study of the Genera Glessula, Plectotropis ~ H apalus, C lausilia, etc., now many years ago, when (associated with William Blanford) the first Molluscan volume of the. «Fauna of British India J’ was in preparation.
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