Military Strength and Science Come Together:
The Kaiser's Chemists at War||180|
|Conclusion: Reflections on a "Most Instructive Case"||200|
|7-1 Max Guth's conception of the facade for the planned Imperial
Chemical Institute, dated June 25, 1908||140|
|7-2 Ernst von Ihne's perspective drawing of the main laboratory and
technical section for the planned Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for
Chemistry, Berlin-Dahlem, 1911||140|
|7-3 First-story plan of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry,
Berlin-Dahlem, as proposed by Ernst von Ihne, February
|7-4 First-story plan of the main building, Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for
Chemistry, Berlin-Dahlem, as proposed by Carl Duisberg,
|7-5 First-story plan of the main building as completed (Willstätte'r's
|7-6 Photograph of east facade of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for
Chemistry, Berlin-Dahlem, around 1913||144|
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Book title: The Kaiser's Chemists:Science and Modernization in Imperial Germany.
Contributors: Jeffrey Allan Johnson - Author.
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press.
Place of publication: Chapel Hill, NC.
Publication year: 1990.
Page number: vi.
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