Transcript and translation of an interview with Wilhelm Hanle primarily about his reminiscences of Philipp Lenard, 1989.

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Transcript and translation of an interview with Wilhelm Hanle primarily about his reminiscences of Philipp Lenard, 1989.

The interview was conducted for the purpose of gathering information for a biography on Lenard which the interviewer, Dennis Patton, was writing at the time. Hanle discusses primarily the period of the early 1920s when he was a student under Lenard at the University of Heidelberg.

8 pp.

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Lenard, Philipp, 1862-1947

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Physicist (cathode ray research and spectral analysis). Awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1905 "for his work on cathode rays." Acting director of the Physical Institute of the University of Bonn, 1894; professor and director of physics laboratory, University of Kiel, 1898-1907; professor of experimental physics, University of Heidelberg, and in 1909, director of Heidelberg's Radiological Institute; chief of German Physics and personal adviser to Adolf Hitler from 1933-1945. From...

Hanle, Wilhelm, 1901-....

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German with English translation. From the description of Transcript and translation of an interview with Wilhelm Hanle primarily about his reminiscences of Philipp Lenard, 1989. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82210860 ...