Great Scientists Wage The Great War


    World War I


    First World War

    Great Scientists Wage The Great War

    The First War of Science 1914-1918

    William Van der Kloot

    Fonthill 2014

    Hardback 242pp Illustrated

    9781781554029   Product Code: 22798

    Technological developments such as aeroplanes, submarines and powerful artillery made the First World War more brutal and destructive than any before, but parallel scientific advances improved medical care for the wounded. This book profiles the achievements of six prominent scientists active during the war, among them Chaim Weizmann, whose chemical research was crucial in the production of explosives, and Lawrence Bragg, who worked on sound ranging techniques to locate enemy artillery.

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