Published in Autumn 1999 Zeiss Historica Journal
Author: Larry Gubas
See Page 13.
A biography of this important Zeiss scientist who was a specialist in many scientific areas including optical crystals, organic compounds, lubricants and was the inventor of multi-coating of optics technology in 1934. His invention was held as a state secret until 1941 since it so improved military optics. He was taken to Heidenheim as part of the evacuation of the best of the Zeiss scientistsby the US Army and eventually was taken to the US via Operation Paperclip and finished his career as the dead of the crystal laboratory at MIT.
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