Denkschrift zur Einweihung der neuen Arbeitsstätte der Deutschen Hollerith Maschinen Gesellschaft m. b. h. in Berlin-Lichterfelde am 8. Januar 1934 (Dehomag).
4to. 46pp. Gold-stamped green cloth protected by modern mylar. Rare exposé published in conjunction with the inauguration of the new workspace at the German machine-manufacturer Dehomag. Dehomag was a German subsidiary of IBM with monopoly in the National Socialist market during W.W.II. The word is an acronym for Deutsche Hollerith-Maschinen Gesellschaft mbH. Hollerith refers to the German-American inventor of the technology of punched cards, Herman Hollerith. In the Third Reich, Dehomag leased and maintained the Nazi's collection of punch card machines. Illustrated with reproductions of photogravures in sepia-tone. Includes speeches by the company's president Hermann Rottke, founder Willy Heidinger, SA Stabsleiter Rudolf Schmeer and Dr. Höpfer. Some photographs show Nazi officials at the celebration. Text in German, gothic script. Exceptional copy in fine condition. Scarce.
Book ID: 25876