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Hans Much - bibliography

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Biography

German bacteriologist, born March 24, 1880, Zechlin, Regierungsbezirk Potsdam; died November 28, 1932, Hamburg.

Bibliography

  • Pathologische Biologie. Leipzig, 1911.
  • Die Immunitätswissenschaft. Würzburg, C. Kabitsch, 1911.
  • Eine Tuberkuloseforschungsreise nach Jerusalem. Leipzig, 1913.
  • Krankheitsentstehung und Krankheitsverhütung. Leipzig, 1913.
  • Kindertuberkulose. Leipzig, 1920; 3rd to 5th edition, 1923.
  • Die Partigengesetze und ihre Allgemeingültigkeit. Leipzig, 1921.
  • Moderne Biologie. A series of more than 15 booklets. Leipzig 1921-1931.
  • Hippokrates der Grosse. Berlin, 1926.
  • Das Wesen der Heilkunst. Darmstadt, 1928.
  • Was ist das Leben. Leipzig, 1929.
  • Steht die scholastische Medizin vor einem unvermeidlichen Bankrott? Leipzig, 1930.
  • L. R. Grote:
    Die Medizin der Gegenwart in Selbstdarstellungen. Volume 4, page 189; Leipzig, 1925.
  • Rainer Wirtz:
    Leben und Werk des Hamburger Arztes, Forschers und Schriftstellers Hans Much (1880-1932) unter besonderer Berücksichtigung seiner medizintheoretischen Schriften.
    Doctoral dissertation, Rheinisch-Westfälische technische Hochschule 22.03.1991.
    Zugl.: Studien zur Medizin-, Kunst- und Literaturgeschichte; Bd. 26. Herzogenrath 1991.
  • A.A. Friedländer:
    Hans Much. Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift, 1933, 80: 23-24.

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