Rudolf Virchow - 19th century polymath

Rudolf Virchow - 19th century polymath

Rudolf Virchow, also known as the 'Father of Pathology,' was a 19th century German pathologist and politician known for his significant findings in social medicine. Learn more at Biography.com.

Rudolf Virchow, also known as the 'Father of Pathology,' was a 19th century German pathologist and politician known for his significant findings in social medicine. Learn more at Biography.com.

In 1899 Rudolf Virchow founded The Pathological Museum at the Charité University of Berlin where he served as the Director of the Pathological Institute.

In 1899 Rudolf Virchow founded The Pathological Museum at the Charité University of Berlin where he served as the Director of the Pathological Institute.

Der Einbruch der Naturwissenschaft in die Medizin: Gedanken um mit �ber zu Rudolf Virchow (Schriften der Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse) (German) Paperback ? Import 6 Oct 2008

Der Einbruch der Naturwissenschaft in die Medizin: Gedanken um mit über zu Rudolf Virchow (Schriften der Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse) (German) Paperback – Import 6 Oct 2008

Der Einbruch der Naturwissenschaft in die Medizin: Gedanken um mit �ber zu Rudolf Virchow (Schriften der Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse) (German) Paperback ? Import 6 Oct 2008

Augustenburger Platz mit Rudolf-Virchow-Krankenhaus

Augustenburger Platz mit Rudolf-Virchow-Krankenhaus

Kulturkampf,  (German: “culture struggle”), the bitter struggle (c. 1871–87) on the part of the German chancellor Otto von Bismarck to subject the Roman Catholic church to state controls. The term came into use in 1873, when the scientist and Prussian liberal statesman Rudolf Virchow declared that the battle with the Roman Catholics was assuming “the character of a great struggle in the interest of...

Kulturkampf, (German: “culture struggle”), the bitter struggle (c. 1871–87) on the part of the German chancellor Otto von Bismarck to subject the Roman Catholic church to state controls. The term came into use in 1873, when the scientist and Prussian liberal statesman Rudolf Virchow declared that the battle with the Roman Catholics was assuming “the character of a great struggle in the interest of...

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