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The Göttingen Digitalization Center provides a digital scan of the paper H. Kornblum: "Über die Primfunktionen in einer arithmetischen Progression." Mathematische Zeitschrift 5 (1919), 100–111 online. The first page features a footnote by Landau that provides a few biographical details: Heinrich Kornblum was born in Wohlau on August 23, 1890. He volunteered ...


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The English translation by Kurt Leidecker is referenced as "Wolfgang Pauli's philosophical views", in Main Currents in Modern Thought, volume 17, pages 51-54 (1961). The paper is also cited as "Wolfgang Pauli's philosophical views. Towards a new understanding of the unitary order of the cosmos," pp.38-41. The journal is indeed quite ...


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Franklin did realize that the structure was the double helix independently, but she did not have time to construct a detailed model based on the diffraction data by the time Watson and Crick constructed theirs. Prior to the publication there was a meeting, and the content of Nature papers, and the splitting of the credit, were agreed upon in advance by both ...


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Following the advice of Dave Renfo in comments, I looked up the 1990 interview with Tụy in The Mathematical Intelligencer. The article is fascinating, and I'd recommend it. Sadly, it gives a pretty brief account of the founding of the Society, and none of the journal. Koblitz: And you were able to do mathematics during all this? Tụy: Yes, in fact our ...


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The answer given by njuffa is very convincing and attractive to me, but just in case if someone is interested to know exactly and briefly what Kornblum's mathematical contribution was, then she/ he can read page 130 of the book "Number Theory 2: Introduction to Class Field Theory" (by Kazuya Kato, Nobushige Kurokawa, Takeshi Saito) (I can not be ...


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