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Oscar Fridolf Alexander Sandberg

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Oscar Fridolf Alexander Sandberg (1878- ) O.B.E., M.Inst.C.E.

1878 Born son of Christer Peter Sandberg

c.1902 Two years with Willans and Robinson, Rugby

c.1904 Two years with Dick, Kerr and Co., London

c.1906 Joined his father's business C. P. Sandberg

WWI 1916-18: Consultant on Steel to Ministry of Munitions for U.S.A. and Canada.

1922 Partner in C. P. Sandberg, Consulting and Inspecting Engineer, having been 16 years with the company.

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