A GENERAL HISTORY OF THE SCIENCES, SCIENCE IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY.
Taton, René (editor).
Translated by A.J. Pomerans.
First English edition. Final volume in the General History of the Sciences series. Six parts describing various realms of science including mathematics, physical science, earth science, astronomy, biology, medicine and finally science and society. One-hundred fourteen black-and-white illustrations and thirty-three figures. With a memorial bookplate on the front pastedown which indicates that this book came from the reference library and stock of H.P. Kraus.
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