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Theo Masui

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December 1903.
November 1904.
February 1905.
November 1906.
September 1908. Germain.

of Hanover Court, Hanover Street, London

Captain Theo Masui

Samson tyres.

Germain cars

1904 MASUI, Captain Theo, 1, Hanover Court, Hanover Square, London, W.; 16, Rue Vautier, Brussels. Car: Standard Germain. Is a director of the Ateliers Germain, Morceau Sur Sambre, Belgium, manufacturers of motor-cars, light railways, and electrical appliances. Is a captain of artillery in the Belgian Army. Has spent ten years in exploring on the Congo and in Central Africa. Club: Automobile of Belgium. [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904