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Who"s who in technology edition Austria, Germany, Switzerland : a biographical encyclopedia containing some 10,000 biographies and addresses of prominent personalities, organizations, associations and institutions connected with the technical fields in Austria, Germany and Switzerland by

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Published by Who"s Who in Wörthseebei München .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Otto J. Groeg.
ContributionsGroeg, Otto J.
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Open LibraryOL15300892M
ISBN 103921220246
OCLC/WorldCa632341907

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