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Vienna Honors Memory of Jewish Scientist

April 28, 1927
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

A memorial erect-by the city to honor the name of an Austrian Jewish scientist was unveiled here yesterday with impressive ceremonies.

The memorial was erected to the late Baron Robert Lieben who died in 1913. Lieben won distinction by the invention of electron tubes and his researches in the radio. Baron Lieben was the grandson of Baron Tedescus.

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