Transfer to a Small Arena
The transfer to Neustadt, where the attractive and rapidly constructed building was ready for the new occupants, went according to plan, although the moving of the brain collection with all its relevant files and, especially, of the gigantic insect collection (predominantly of bumble-bees), must have been an exhausting and back-breaking undertaking. Accompanying the Vogts’ move from Berlin to Neustadt was also a handful of truly devoted people, who, although aware that the future of working for the “public enemies” looked bleak and unpromising, chose to stay with the Vogts and to share the time of peril. Among those who followed this rocky path could be mentioned the photographer Ernst Heyse, the technicians Ruth Hassler and Hans Schumann, and the most devoted Fräulein Dorothea Beheim-Schwarzbach.
KeywordsRailway Bridge Personal Memory Neuronal Aging Brain Research Institute Boletus Edulis
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