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Adolf Gaston Eugen Fick print that page

idea was advanced independently by several innovators in the years that followed. During WWI, Fick headed the field hospitals in France, Russia and Turkey. At the same time he continued working on ophthalmologic anatomy and optics. [ edit ] External links and sources Fick biography

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Adolf Eugen Fick print that page


In 1855 he introduced Fick 's law of diffusion , which governs the diffusion of a gas across a fluid membrane. In 1870 he was the first to devise a technique for measuring cardiac output , called the Fick principle . Fick managed to double-publish his law of diffusion, as it applied equally

Franz Ludwig Fick print that page

In 1835, he received his MD under Bünger from the University of Marburg . [ edit ] Career Fick studied the developmental mechanics of bone growth, especially of the skull. He invented the cerebral phantom - an openable paper model showing the various parts of the brain that became the

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A contact lens (also known simply as contacts for a pair) is a corrective , cosmetic , or therapeutic lens usually placed on the cornea of the eye . Leonardo da Vinci is credited with describing and sketching the first ideas for contact lenses in 1508, but it was more than 300 years later

German inventions and discoveries print that page

The following list is composed of items, techniques and processes that were invented by or discovered by people from Germany or German-speaking Europe . Contents 1 Anatomy 2 Chemistry 3 Computing 4 Engineering 5 Geology 6 Household appliances 7 Medicine 8 Musical instruments

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Gaston-Armand Amaudruz print that pageTimeline of Gaston-Armand Amaudruz

Initially a supporter of the Swiss fascist movement of Arthur Fonjallaz , he came to wider attention in 1949 when he published Ubu Justicier au Premier Procès de Nuremberg , one of the first works to question the veracity of the Holocaust . [ 1 ] Increasingly active in neo-fascism, he organized

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Arthur Fonjallaz print that pageTimeline of Arthur Fonjallaz

The son of a vineyard owner from Lausanne (he was born in nearby Prilly ) he attended the Military Academy in Modena and pursued a successful career in the Swiss Army , achieving the highest peace time rank of brigadier general whilst commanding the 4th Infantry Brigade. [ 1 ] Fonjallaz

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Franz Burri print that page

Born in Lucerne , to a half-German working class family, Burri was a supporter of Nazi Germany from an early age and frequently visited the country during the 1930s. [ 1 ] He came to full time activism in 1941 by forming his own Bund der Schweizer in Grossdeutschland (League of the Swiss

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Far right in Switzerland print that page

II a number of far right and fascist groups existed in Switzerland. The earliest of these was Eugen Bircher 's Schweizerischer Vaterländischer Verband , established in 1918. Gaining some influential members, it lasted until 1947. It was linked to the Heimatwehr , an anti-Semitic group

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Volkspartei der Schweiz print that page

Arthur Fonjallaz (d. 1944)  · Jakob Schaffner (d. 1944)  · Ernst Leonhardt (d. 1945)  · Eugen Bircher (d. 1956)  · Georges Oltramare (d. 1960)  · Robert Tobler (d. 1962)  · Rolf Henne (d. 1966)  · Hans Oehler (d. 1967)  · Franz Burri (d. 1987)  · James Schwarzenbach

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