M-O


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M-OMagneto-Optical
M-OMusa-Okumoto (logarithmic reliability model)
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There in 1975 Asa Briggs (now Lord Briggs), who had supervised Calder's DPhil thesis and was by then Vice Chancellor of the University, formally opened the M-O archive to the public.
The theme that ran through The People's War (and underpins so much wartime material in the M-O archive) is that of civilian morale.