Great German inventors –an amazing list of stellar achievements (no wonder the Jews had to crush them)

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Messerschmidt 262 (which could have affected the whole war but after the fall of Romania in 1944, with the huge Ploiesti refinery, Germany was literally out of gas in 1945)

List of German inventors and discoverers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[JdN: All photos except the small ones of the inventors were added by me.]

This is a list of German inventors and discoverers. The following list comprises people from Germany or German-speaking Europe, and also people of predominantly German heritage, in alphabetical order of the surname.

A

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Brooklyn Bridge, with wire rope cables in a sheath, built by Washington and Augustus Roebling of Germany/Pennsylvania

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B

Martin Behaims Globe 1493

Ludwig Bölkow, instrumental in the development of the Me 262.

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  • Friedrich Bessel: astronomer; he is credited with being the first to use parallax in calculating the distance to a star.
  • Emil Adolf von Behring: Discovered the diphtheria antitoxin. It was the world’s first cure for a disease (1891).[3] He was awarded history’s first Nobel Prize in Physiology of Medicine in 1901.
  • Melitta Bentz: Inventor of the coffee filter, 1908.

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  • Karl Benz: Father and inventor of the gasoline-powered automobile, 1885, and pioneering founder of automobile manufacturing.

The Führer had a 12-cylinder Mercedes

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  • Adolf Busemann: Discovered the effect of swept wing for modern aircraft in 1935.
  • Adolf Butenandt: Discovered primary female sex hormones. Shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Leopold Ruzicka in 1939.

C

Carl von Clausewitz, father of modern military theory.

D

Gottlieb Daimler, co-founder of Mercedes-Benz
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E

 

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F

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Zentralbild Rostock (Löwe) 6.6.1956 Erntekindergarten in der Gemeinde Beenz Die Mütter der Gemeinde Beenz im Kreis Templin sind einer Sorge enthoben; ihre Kinder werden von der Haussfrau Liesbeth Schaller betreut, die den am 15. Mai eröffneten Erntekindergarten leitet. Schon im vergangenen Sommer haben die Eltern mit dem rntekindergarten gute Erfahrungen gemacht. Die LPG der Gemeinde und die werktätigen Einzelbauern geben auf freiwilliger Grundlage Naturalien, so dass für die Kinder ein abwechslungsreicher Speisezettel aufgestellt werden kann. UBz: Frau Schaller mit den Kindern des Erntekindergartens beim fröhlichen Spiel.
Zentralbild Rostock (Löwe) 6.6.1956 Erntekindergarten in der Gemeinde Beenz Die Mütter der Gemeinde Beenz im Kreis Templin sind einer Sorge enthoben; ihre Kinder werden von der Haussfrau Liesbeth Schaller betreut, die den am 15. Mai eröffneten Erntekindergarten leitet. Schon im vergangenen Sommer haben die Eltern mit dem rntekindergarten gute Erfahrungen gemacht. Die LPG der Gemeinde und die werktätigen Einzelbauern geben auf freiwilliger Grundlage Naturalien, so dass für die Kinder ein abwechslungsreicher Speisezettel aufgestellt werden kann. UBz: Frau Schaller mit den Kindern des Erntekindergartens beim fröhlichen Spiel.

G

Fagus Factory, designed by Walter Gropius and Adolf Mayer

Johannes Gutenberg in a 16th-century copper engraving
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Heinz-Guderian

 

(l-t-2) Jodl, Porsche, Guderian, Hitler and Keitel

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H

Otto Hahn, the first man to split the atomic nucleus

  • Fritz Haber: German chemist and Nobel laureate who pioneered synthetic ammonia and chemical warfare.
  • Theodor W. Hänsch: Physicist, developed laser-based precision spectroscopy further to determine optical frequency extremely accurately. Nobel laureate in 2005.
  • Otto Hahn: German chemist and Nobel laureate who pioneered the fields of radioactivity and radiochemistry. Considered to be “the father of nuclear chemistry” and the “founder of the atomic age”. Discovered many isotopes, Protactinium and nuclear fission.
  • Samuel Hahnemann: Physician, best known for creating a system of alternative medicine called homeopathy.
  • Harald zur Hausen: Virologist, discovered the role of papilloma viruses in the development of cervical cancer. His research made the development of a vaccine against papilloma possible, which will drastically reduce cervical cancer in future. Nobel laureate 2008.
  • Werner Heisenberg: Theoretical physicist who made fundamental contributions to quantum mechanics. Discovered a particle’s position and velocity cannot be known at the same time. Discovered atomic nuclei are made of protons and neutrons.
  • Wolfgang Helfrich: Co-inventor of Twisted nematic field effect.
  • Rudolf Hell: Inventor of the first fax machine (Hellschreiber).
  • Richard Hellmann: Hellmann’s (Blue Ribbon) Mayonnaise, 1905.

I

J

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K

Monument to Robert Koch on his name square in Berlin.

L

Me 163 Replica designed by Alexander Lippisch.

M

 

Maybach “Riding Wagon” — the first motorcycle

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N

Walther Nernst, Nobel laureate

Invented the modern Santa Claus

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O

P

Q

R

Paul Reuter aged 53 years (1869) by artist Rudolf Lehmann

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S

Hand mit Ringen: print of Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen‘s first “medical” x-ray, of his wife’s hand, taken on 22 December 1895 and presented to Professor Ludwig Zehnder of the Physik Institut, University of Freiburg, on 1 January 1896

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Borosilicate glass as used in chemical labs – Type 3.3 according to (DIN ISO 3585)

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  • Arnold Sommerfeld: Theoretical physicist who pioneered developments in atomic and quantum physics.
  • Johannes Stark: Discovery of the Doppler effect in canal rays and the splitting of spectral lines in electric fields” (the latter is known as the Stark effect).
  • Jack Steinberger: German-American-Swiss physicist, co-discovered the muon neutrino, shared 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics.
  • Georg Wilhelm Steller: Chief naturalist on Vitus Bering’s expedition during which Alaska was discovered (1741) and pioneer of Alaskan Natural History. Steller’s sea cow (now extinct) was named after him.

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T

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U

  • Dietrich “Diedrich” Uhlhorn: Engineer, mechanic and inventor, who invented the first mechanical tachometer (1817), between 1817 and 1830 inventor of the Presse Monétaire (level coin press known as Uhlhorn Press) which bears his name.

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V

W

Wankel engine, type DKM54 (1957)

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X

Konrad Zuse‘s Z1; replica in the German Museum of Technology in Berlin

Y

Z

  • Hermann Zapf: Pioneer of computer typography and creator of many well-known typefaces.

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See also

Notes

  1. Albrecht Ludwig Berblinger (1770-1829), known as the “Flying Tailor of Ulm”, started with flight experiments in Ulm, Germany, in the early 19th century. He gained experience in downhill gliding with a maneuverable airworthy semi-rigid hang-glider and then attempted to cross the Danube River at Ulm’s Eagle’s Bastion on 31 May 1811. The tricky local winds caused him to crash and he was rescued by fishermen, making him the first survivor of a water immersion accident of a heavier-than-air manned “flight machine”. Though he failed in his attempt to be the first man to fly, Berblinger can be regarded as one of the significant aviation pioneers who applied the “heavier than air” principle and paved the way for the more effective glide-flights of Otto Lilienthal (1891) and the Wright Brothers (1902). Less known are Berblinger’s significant contributions to the construction of artificial limbs for medical use, as well as the spring-application in aviation. His invention of a special mechanical joint was also used for the juncture of the wings of his “flying machine”. Because of his worthwhile contributions to medicine and flight, in 1993 the German Academy of Aviation Medicine named an annual award for young scientists in the field of aerospace medicine in his honor.

References

 

Boyne, Walter J. (1980). Messerschmitt Me 262 : arrow to the future. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press. p. 117. ISBN 978-0-87474-276-3.

 

…..This list is missing one thing

Adolf Hitler, creator of national socialism

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3 Comments

  1. I already took out Einstein, Marx and Adler, inventor of the tv remote control…..

    Are you referring to Robert Koch?

    Jews who were educated in German schools and universities do not burst any bubble of German achievement.

    In fact, in America to this day, German Jews are proud of their German background and that they are not Polish, Russian or Sephardic Jews. In Alexandria, Virginia, where I lived for 18 years, there are two synagogues, one of which goes back to the German Jews and the other to the Ostjuden.

  2. Actually, a few of these people were Jewish: Fritz Haber, Heinrich Hertz (on his father’s side), Emile Berliner, Otto Lilienthal (I think). Possibly Robert Koch, but I’m not sure. There are probably other names but since my Ambien is kicking in, I’ll have to wait until tomorrow.

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