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The Austrian Pfleumer Invented and Introduced Magnetic Tape
Preservation and restoration of tape recordings presupposes the existence of magnetic tape. That's a platitude. In Vienna it seems justified to report upon the life and activities of a man-the Austrian engineer Pfleumer-who in 1928 not only invented magnetic tape but, in contrast to inventors before him, succeeded in the realization and application of his idea.
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