Clicky

J.G. Bennett

John Godolphin Bennett (1897-1974) was born at London, and during the First World War, trained and obtained his commission in the British Army, and served in France for two years prior to being sent home injured. Upon his recovery, he uttered a crash course in Turkish and was first posted to Constantinople (Istanbul) in 1919. In the span of a brief but celebrated career in the services, he struck G.I. Gurdjieff and P.D. Ouspensky. After resigning his commission in 1921, Bennett engage in a string of failed adventurs, culminating in his incarceration at a Greek prison, where he languished for several months. In his release he was efficiently penniless and began working in entry level from the coal market. Frm 1930 Bennett's career progressed. Throughout the Second World War, Bennett was director of a highly regarded research program researching ways to make the British coal sector more effective. He served on many government commissions, and achieved a wide reputation as a brilliant industrialist.

Bennett had stayed connected Ouspensky after both men returned to London, and on his advice engaged in Aurdjieff's Istitute in the Prieuré, outside Paris.

J.G. Bennett has 1 products available for sale in the category of Paid in Kindle Store.

J.G. Bennett is rated 10 out of 10 based on 3 reviews.

J.G. Bennett Quality Chart