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Hermann Bohle

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Hermann Bohle (1876- )

1922 F.R.S. (S.A.), M.I.E.E., Prof. of Electrotechnis, University of Cape Town; b. 1876; s. of F. W. Bohle. Ed. Oberrealschule, Hagen, Westphalia. Training: Royal Eng. Inst. at Hagen in Westphalia. App. with Schuckert and Co., Nuremberg; Designer with W. Canning and Co., Birmingham; Chief Designer, Walsall Electrical Co., Ltd., Walsall; Lecturer, Birmingham Municipal Tech. Sch.; Chief Lecturer, City of Bradford Tech. Coll.; Prof. at University of Cape Town; Cons. Engr. to Municipalities of Stellenbosch, Worcester, Caledon; designed and supervised Erection of Power Stations and Networks and Transmission Lines at these places (Diesel Engines, Steam, Hydro-Electric, Suction Gas). Publ.: "Transformers," in collaboration with Prof. D. Robertson, Bristol; Electrical Photometry and Illumination," both by Ch. Griffin and Co., London. Address: Gladsheim, Forest Road, Orangezicht, Cape Town.

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