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Ralph Land: Interview

Interviewer: Martin Garthwaite as part of LEO Computer Society’s Oral History Project
Date of Interview: 31st October 2011
Role in LEO: Bureau Manager, Export Manager
Joined LEO: 1954

Abstract: Ralph joined the Lyons Teashop Division in 1953 as management accountant for the Teashops and transferred to LEO in 1954. He rose to manager of the LEO City Office followed by spells in promoting LEO exports in Paris and Dusseldorf before heading the LEO/English Electric team working in Eastern Europe including Soviet Russia. His subsequent career until retirement was with Rank-Xerox and Rolls Royce working on exports to Eastern Europe.

Text: Edited by Ralph Land and Hilary Caminer
Recording: MP3 (recording and transcript to be added).
Copyright: LEO Computers Society

Date : 31st October 2011

Creator : Leo Computers Society

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53363. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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