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Augustus Mannerheim

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Baron Augustus Mannerheim (1875-1911)

1911 Obituary [1]

BARON AUGUSTUS MANNERHEIM was born in 1875 and was trained at the Technical High School, Stockholm.

On the completion of his course in 1893 he was with various firms in Stockholm and London, and with Messrs. Siemens and Halske, Berlin, and the Berliner Electrische Gesellschaft.

In 1897 he was chief engineer to the Finnish Electrical Company, Helsingfors, and in 1899 chief engineer to the A.E.G., Berlin.

In 1904 he received a similar appointment with the A.E.G. of South Africa at Johannesburg, and left in 1909 to take up private practice at Hoganas, Sweden, which he continued up to the time of his death in June, 1911.

He was elected an Associate Member of the Institution in 1905.

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