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France Versus Germany

  • Clifford Cunningham
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Abstract

The Berlin (Prussian) Society of Science (1710) has a bust of King Frederick I of Prussia, a telescope and a roundel with a series of fractions

Keywords

Early Nineteenth Century Heavenly Body French Mathematician German Scholar Great King 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Clifford Cunningham
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  1. 1.Ft. LauderdaleUSA

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