Royal Military Academy Woolwich
Founded in 1741, officers of the Royal Artillery and the Royal Engineers were trained at the Royal Military Academy Woolwich. Later, officers of the Royal Corps of Signals and other technical units received their education in Woolwich. At the start of the Second World War in 1939 the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich was closed. Your responsibilities took over the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Well-known teacher in Woolwich have included Frederick Augustus Abel, Peter Barlow, Samuel Hunter Christie, Adair Crawford, Alfred George Greenhill, Percy Alexander MacMahon, Paul Sandby and James Joseph Sylvester.