Last updated: 2008-03-07
DVT 081, 1
Group of Health Care of the Office of Reichprotektor in Bohemia and Moravia in 1939–1942. Part II – Staff and Agenda
Skupina zdravotnictví Úřadu říšského protektora v Čechách a na Moravě 1939–1942 II. část 1 – obsazení a působnost
The second part of the study gives an overview about the leading personnel of the Group “Health Care” in the Office of the Reichsprotektor inBohemia and Moravia.The author tries to follow both their professional and political background. According to that the agenda and its distribution within the Group “Health Care” is focused. Furthermore the attention is paid to the establishment of new German nazified instititutions in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia like German Red Cross (Deutsches Rotes Kreuz), German Medical Chamber in Bohemia and Moravia (Deutsche Gesundheitskammer in Böhmen und Mähren), or traditional one like the Faculty of Medicine of the German Charles- University (Deutsche Karls-Universität) in Prague as well. Their intensive co-operation is then analysed in the broader context of other crucial political measures of the German authorities of that period.
public health care administration • 1939–1942 • Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia • Nazi health care administration in occupied terriories
DVT 081, 27
Electrochemical power sources in Czechoslovakia till 1989. Chapter from the history of Czech electrochemistry. Part II.
Elektrochemické zdroje proudu v Československu do roku 1989. Kapitola z dějin české elektrochemie Část II: Sekundární články (akumulátory)
The article describes research and development of secondary cells in Czechoslovakia in the 2nd of the 20th century to 1989. Nevertheless, but for some exceptions, the cells were intensively studied only from 1970s. With regard to the character of the work the research was realized in relevant scientificinstitutionsincloseco-operation with industry laboratories and in some cases also in the frame of international collaboration. The main topics of the research were new types of electrodes, so called plastic bonded electrodes.
Electrochemical power sources • 1950s–1989 • Czechoslovakia• galvanic cells • accumulators • batteries (dry cells)
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