Pavel TAGER, USSR Inventor in sound recording for films. Honoured Worker of Science and Technology Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic since 1947. Order of Lenin; medals; Stalin Prize, 1950.
TAGER, Pavel was born in 1903.
1926 graduated Moscow University. 1929 graduated Lomonosov Mech. Institute, Moscow.
1928-1931 at All-Union Electrotechn. Institute; 1931-1939 at All-Union Research Institute of Cinematography and Photography. 1939-1951 at Institute of Automation and Telemech., USSR Academy of Science.
Helped develop and introduce new method of sound recording for films and equipment for recording television programs on film.
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