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of Blackheath, near Birmingham.
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of Lower Milehouse Lane, Newcastle-upon-Lyme, Staffordshire (1982)
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'''GEC Machines''' a subsidiary of [[GEC]].
 
'''GEC Machines''' a subsidiary of [[GEC]].
 
of Blackheath, near Birmingham.
 
  
 
1969 '''GEC Power Engineering''' was formed which included<ref>The Times, 10 January 1969</ref> '''English Electric-AEI Machines'''
 
1969 '''GEC Power Engineering''' was formed which included<ref>The Times, 10 January 1969</ref> '''English Electric-AEI Machines'''

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of Blackheath, near Birmingham.

of Lower Milehouse Lane, Newcastle-upon-Lyme, Staffordshire (1982)

GEC Machines a subsidiary of GEC.

1969 GEC Power Engineering was formed which included[1] English Electric-AEI Machines



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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 10 January 1969