Duncan Macintosh

Sir Duncan William Macintosh CMG OBE (; Scotland, 5 May 1904 - 14 September 1966) He was the first Commissioner of Police in Hong Kong after World War II, in office from 1946 to 1954. Before arrived in Hong Kong in 1946, he previously served in Irish and Colonial Malayan Police Forces, and was the Commissioner of Singapore Police Force before World War II. During World War II, he became a prisoner of war and was held in a concentration camp in Singapore by the Imperial Japanese Army. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Chinese blue & white porcelain / by Macintosh, Duncan

    Published 1977
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    The modern courtyard house : a history. by Macintosh, Duncan

    Published 1973
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    Chinese blue and white porcelain / by Macintosh, Duncan

    Published 1994
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    Chinese blue & white porcelain / by Macintosh, Duncan

    Published 1977
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    Lethal autonomous weapons : re-examining the law and ethics of robotic warfare /

    Published 2021
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    Lethal autonomous weapons : re-examining the law and ethics of robotic warfare /

    Published 2021
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