Goettinger Nachrichten [facetiae], 1932.

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Brillouin, Léon, 1889-1969. Goettinger Nachrichten [facetiae], 1932.

Goettinger Nachrichten [facetiae], 1932.

Special number for the 50th birthday of Max Born, edited by Joh. Ertl, in Göttingen, 11 Dec. 1932. A set of jocular short essays, poems, etc. by L. Brillouin, P. Ehrenfest, V. Fock, G. Gamow, W. Lotmar, L. Nordheim, L. Rosenfeld, V. Weisskopf, and C.F. von Weizsäcker in German and French.

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