Excerpt from The General Electric Review, 1910, Vol. 13
School of his native town, and his technical education at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, from which he was graduated in 1802 with the degree of Mechanical Engineer. Upon completing his university course,... Dr. Berg came to America and shortly thereafter entered the employ of the thomson-houston Company. Here his technical knowledge and manifest ability as an engineer was immediately recognized, and from a relatively subordinate position, be rapidly advanced to that of Dr. Steinmetz's assistant and chief coadjutor.
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