William Henry Bragg, 1862-1942 : man and scientist / G. M. Caroe Caroe, G. M

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Caroe, G. M
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Bragg, William Henry, Sir, 1862-1942.; England.; Physiciens - Angleterre - Biographies.
Contents
  • Introduction: 'What sort of man is a scientist?'
  • Background and early life up to 1886
  • Adelaide: 1886-1909
  • First years at Leeds: 1909-1912
  • Father and son: 1912-1914
  • War work and London University: 1914-1923
  • Life at the Royal Institution: 1923-1935
  • The shadow of war: 1932-1942
  • W.H. Bragg and crystal analysis: 1919-1942
  • Education, industry and national affairs
  • The faith of a scientist
  • The man who was a scientist
  • Appendix: Letters and broadcast. A. Letter from W.L. Bragg to P.P. Ewald (5 February 1962)
  • B. Letter from W.H. Bragg to Oliver Lodge (13 September 1927)
  • C. Broadcast to Germany, January 1939
  • D. Letter from W.H. Bragg to the Prime Minister (10 June 1940) E. Letter from W.H. Bragg to Alan Barlow (24 July 1940).
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