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Biography : Alan Lloyd Hodgkin

Biography : Alan Lloyd Hodgkin

Biography : Alan Lloyd Hodgkin

published 01/01/1963 at 17:44 Alan Lloyd Hodgkin was born in Banbury, Oxfordshire, on February 5th, 1914. His parents were George Hodgkin (who died in Baghdad in 1918) and Mary (Wilson) Hodgkin, now Mrs. Lionel Smith. Alan Lloyd Hodgkin was educated at...

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Biography : Andrew Fielding Huxley

Biography : Andrew Fielding Huxley

Biography : Andrew Fielding Huxley

Andrew Fielding Huxley was born in Hampstead, London, on 22nd November 1917. His father, Leonard Huxley, who was a son of the nineteenth - century scientist and writer Thomas Huxley, was for a time a classics master at Charterhouse School and later took...

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Biography : George Wells Beadle

Biography : George Wells Beadle

Biography : George Wells Beadle

published 01/01/1958 at 17:31 George Wells Beadle was born at Wahoo, Nebraska, U.S.A., October 22, 1903, the son of Chauncey Elmer Beadle, a farmer, and his wife Hattie Albro. George was educated at the Wahoo High School and might himself have become...

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Biography : Fritz Albert Lipmann

Biography : Fritz Albert Lipmann

Biography : Fritz Albert Lipmann

published 01/01/1953 at 17:49 Fritz Albert Lipmann was born on June 12th, 1899, at Koenigsberg, Germany. He was the son of Leopold Lipmann and his wife Gertrud Lachmanski. Lipmann was educated, during the years 1917-1922, at the Universities of Koenigsberg,...

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Heinrich von Brentano 8 novembre 1950

Heinrich von Brentano 8 novembre 1950

Heinrich von Brentano 8 novembre 1950

Le 8 novembre 1950, à l'occasion d'une déclaration gouvernementale sur le Plan Pleven, Heinrich von Brentano, président du groupe parlementaire du Parti chrétien-démocrate (CDU), prononce un discours sur la contribution allemande à la défense de l'Europe....

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Biography : Philip Showalter Hench

Biography : Philip Showalter Hench

Biography : Philip Showalter Hench

published 01/01/1950 at 17:05 Philip Showalter Hench was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on February 28, 1896, the son of Jacob Bixler Hench and Clara Showalter. After attending local schools he entered Lafayette College, Easton, Penn., where he graduated...

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Heinrich von Brentano 8 mai 1949

Heinrich von Brentano 8 mai 1949

Heinrich von Brentano 8 mai 1949

Le 8 mai 1949, Heinrich von Brentano, président de la commission du Conseil parlementaire allemand, y tient un discours à l'occasion de l'adoption de la Loi fondamentale de la République fédérale d'Allemagne (RFA). Mesdames, Messieurs, Il n'est pas facile,...

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Biography : Egas Moniz

Biography : Egas Moniz

Biography : Egas Moniz

published 01/01/1949 at 13:44 (Antonio Caetano de Abreu Freire) Egas Moniz was born in Avanca, Portugal, on November 29, 1874, the son of Fernando de Pina Rezende Abreu and Maria do Rosario de Almeida e Sousa. He received his early education from his...

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Jawaharlal Nehru le 15 août 1947

Jawaharlal Nehru le 15 août 1947

Jawaharlal Nehru le 15 août 1947

Discours radiodiffusé de Jawaharlal Nehru premier ministre indien, le 15 août 1947 à l'occasion de l'accès à l'indépendance de l'Inde Premier serviteur du peuple indien CHERS COMPATRIOTES, ce fut un grand honneur pour moi que de servir l’Inde et la cause...

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1ère audition de Knochen Helmut

1ère audition de Knochen Helmut

1ère audition de Knochen Helmut

Direction des Renseignements Généraux - 2ème Section 1ère audition de l'intéressé c/ Knochen Helmut , 36 ans, ex-chef de la Police de Sûreté et du S.D. en France, actuellement détenu. Le 23 décembre 1946 Berge Marc, Divisionnaire à la Direction des Renseignements...

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Nuremberg - Day 218 Judgments

Nuremberg - Day 218 Judgments

Nuremberg - Day 218 Judgments

On the morning of Oct. 1, 1946, the Tribunal read the Judgment on the guilt or innocence of the individual defendants. 19 were found guilty on one or more counts of the Indictment. Three were acquitted: Schacht, Fritzche and von Papen. After lunch on...

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Nuremberg - Day 203 Juettner

Nuremberg - Day 203 Juettner

Nuremberg - Day 203 Juettner

During the Defense Case against the SA, Herr Boehm, its counsel called several witnesses. Nuremberg - Day 203 Juettner The fourth was Max Juettner, the Deputy Chief of Staff of the SA. Juettner was examined for 4 straight days and on Aug. 14, 1946 was...

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Nuremberg - Day 200 Von Manstein

Nuremberg - Day 200 Von Manstein

Nuremberg - Day 200 Von Manstein

On August 10, 1946, Brigadier General Telford Taylor, American Prosecutor, commenced one of the most devastating cross examinations of the Trial. The focus was Manstein's actions as commander of the German 11th Army from Sept. 1941 until 1944. In this...

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Nuremberg - Day 187 British Close

Nuremberg - Day 187 British Close

Nuremberg - Day 187 British Close

On July 26, 1946, The British Chief Prosecutor, Sir Hartley Shawcross, made the longest closing statement of the Prosecution. Nuremberg - Day 187 British Close He began by emphasizing that Nazi Germany fought a "total and totalitarian war" in defiance...

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Nuremberg - Day 148 Jodl Cross

Nuremberg - Day 148 Jodl Cross

Nuremberg - Day 148 Jodl Cross

On June 6, 1946, British prosecutor, G.D. Roberts, cross examined defendant Alfred Jodl on the Hossbach Conference (1937) and his understanding of its significance leading to war. For furtehr information, see www.roberthjackson.org

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Nuremberg - Day 130 Puhl

Nuremberg - Day 130 Puhl

Nuremberg - Day 130 Puhl

During the case of Walter Funk, President of the Reichsbank, the American prosecutor Thomas Dodd introduced the affidiavit of Emil Puhl, its Vice President. Nuremberg - Day 130 Puhl The purpose of the affidavit was to indicate that Puhl had informed Funk...

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Nuremberg - Day 126 Doenitz

Nuremberg - Day 126 Doenitz

Nuremberg - Day 126 Doenitz

On May 10, 1946, the principal cross-examination of Karl Doenitz was conducted by Sir David Maxwell-Fyfe of the British Delegation. Subjects covered included positions of Doenitz after January 1943 when he became Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, denial...

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Nuremberg - Day 114 Gisevius

Nuremberg - Day 114 Gisevius

Nuremberg - Day 114 Gisevius

On April 24, 1946, Dr. Rudolf Dix, Counsel for Hjalmar Schacht, called Hans Gisevius, known for his resistance. Nuremberg - Day 114 Gisevius He testified that Schacht collaborated with him in obtaining information against the Gestapo and SS. Despite his...

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Nuremberg - Day 106 Kaltenbrunner

Nuremberg - Day 106 Kaltenbrunner

Nuremberg - Day 106 Kaltenbrunner

On April 12, 1946, Col. John Amen of the American Delegation cross-examined Kaltenbrunner. Nuremberg - Day 106 Kaltenbrunner He was confronted regarding concentration camps by an affidavit stating he had visited Mauthausen Concentration Camp and had witnessed...

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Nuremberg Day 201 Von Rundstedt

Nuremberg Day 201 Von Rundstedt

Nuremberg Day 201 Von Rundstedt

Field Marshal Gerd Von Rundstedt was called to be a principal witness in defense of the German Staff and High Command. Gerd Von Rundstedt In 1942 he became Commander-in-Chief West. In this excerpt, Von Rundstedt, in German. responds to Commander Calvacoressi's...

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Nuremberg - Day 105 Kaltenbrunner

Nuremberg - Day 105 Kaltenbrunner

Nuremberg - Day 105 Kaltenbrunner

On April 11, 1946, The defendant Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Chief of the Security Police and SD and Head of the Reich Security Main Office, was called to the stand by this counselor, Dr. Kurt Kauffmann. He started his testimony by saying that "I know the hatred...

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Nuremberg Days 98-101 Keitel

Nuremberg Days 98-101 Keitel

Nuremberg Days 98-101 Keitel

April 3-6,1946 saw the testimony of Defendant Wilhelm Keitel, Chief of the High Command of the Armed Forces (OKW). The direct examination was conducted by his attorney Dr. Otto Nelte who tried to show that Keitel was a soldier above all. He was cross...

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Nuremberg - Day 95-96 Von Ribbentrop

Nuremberg - Day 95-96 Von Ribbentrop

Nuremberg - Day 95-96 Von Ribbentrop

Dr. Martin Horn, Counsel for Joachim Von Ribbentriop, the foreign minister of Nazi Germany throughout the period when the Nuremberg defendants were charged with aggression, called his client to the stand on March 30, 1946. Nuremberg - Day 95-96 Von Ribbentrop He...

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