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However, OttoBondy's role in relation to the factory diminished after 1906 when Otto Bondy sold most of his interest in it and moved to Wilmersdorf in Berlin and his remaining involvement ended with the takeover of the business which  was now run under the name "Cable and Wire Factory AG Vienna".[^See history at http://daskabelwerk.at/geschichte viewed 9 Feb 2013^]
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However, OttoBondy's role in relation to the factory diminished after 1906 when Otto Bondy sold most of his interest in it and moved to Wilmersdorf in Berlin and his remaining involvement ended with the takeover of the business which  was now run under the name "Cable and Wire Factory AG Vienna".[^See history at http://daskabelwerk.at/geschichte viewed 9 Feb 2013^]  Below is the Kabelwerks in 1905.
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*[[Main.TanoBojankinWalterBondy| "KABEL, KUPFER, KUNST Walter Bondy"]] by Tano Bojankin.
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* See also [[KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Kabelwerk Dr. Cassirer, Berlin-Spandau]] built in 1928.
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* See also [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Kabelwerk Dr. Cassirer, Berlin-Spandau]] built in 1928.

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* See also [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Kabelwerk Dr. Cassirer, Berlin-Spandau]] built in 1928.
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*[[Kabelwerk links - Niels Waller|Some earlier links to the Kabelwerk and Georg Hitsch's virtual Kabelwerk museum]].
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*[[Kabelwerk links - Niels Waller|Some earlier links to the Kabelwerk and Georg Hitsch's virtual Kabelwerk museum]].
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OttoBondy husband of JulieCassirer, in 1882 established the Cable Factory known as Das Kabelwerk  in the suburb Penzing in Vienna. The company was quick to gain some substantial contracts, including in 1887, the contract for the complete electrical lighting of the Vienna Opera. It also exported to almost all countries of the Austria-Hungarian Empire.  From 1888 it produced not only cables, but also metal-parts ("trimmings") for the textile industry.  It was a good time to be in the business of electrification. The factory built on this burgeoning market manufacturing  insulated wires and cables not only for the transmission of power, but also the transmission of information / telecommunications.  The factory was refurbished after World War II
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OttoBondy husband of JulieCassirer, in 1882 established the Cable Factory known as Das Kabelwerk  in the suburb Penzing in Vienna. The company was quick to gain some substantial contracts, including in 1887, the contract for the complete electrical lighting of the Vienna Opera. It also exported to almost all countries of the Austria-Hungarian Empire.  From 1888 it produced not only cables, but also metal-parts ("trimmings") for the textile industry.  It was a good time to be in the business of electrification. The factory built on this burgeoning market manufacturing  insulated wires and cables not only for the transmission of power, but also the transmission of information / telecommunications.  The factory was rebuilt after being virtually destroyed by an air-raid in 1945 during World War II.

However, OttoBondy's role in relation to the factory diminished after 1906 when Otto Bondy sold most of his interest in it and moved to Wilmersdorf in Berlin and his remaining involvement ended with the takeover of the business which  was now run under the name "Cable and Wire Factory AG Vienna".[^See history at http://daskabelwerk.at/geschichte viewed 9 Feb 2013^]

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OttoBondy husband of JulieCassirer, in 1882 established the Cable Factory known as Das Kabelwerk  in the suburb Penzing in Vienna. The company was quick to gain some substantial contracts, including in 1887, the contract for the complete electrical lighting of the Vienna Opera. It also exported to almost all countries of the Austria-Hungarian Empire.  From 1888 it produced not only cables, but also metal-parts ("trimmings") for the textile industry.  It was a good time to be in the business of electrification. The factory built on this burgeoning market manufacturing  insulated wires and cables not only for the transmission of power, but also the transmission of information / telecommunications.  The factory was refurbished after World War II

*[[http://daskabelwerk.at|Home page for Das Kabelwerk]]

*[[http://daskabelwerk.at/geschichte|Die Geschichte des Kabewerkes (The History of the Cable Factory)]]


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