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Thomas William Stratford-Andrews

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Thomas William Stratford-Andrews (1870- )

1922 Associate I.E.E., Man. Dir., Indo-European Telegraph Co.; Chairman, Radio Communication Co.; Director, Delhi Electric Tramways and Lighting Co., London Platino Brazilian Telegraph Co.; b. 1870; s. of William Stratford-Andrews. Ed. King's Coll., London. Training: Siemens, Schukert, Berlin. 2nd class Order, Lion and Sun, with special distinction Persian. Career: After leaving Berlin, became Asst., the Man. Dir., 1896 Indo-European Tel. Co., and Man. Dir. in 1899. Address: 18, Old Broad Street, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " c /o Indo, London." T. N.: 1721 Wall.

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