Published in Spring 1995 Zeiss Historica Journal
Author: Michael Buckland
See Page 6 – 7.
Professor Emanuel Goldberg invented many things but the most interesting may well be the first electronic document retrieval system which he designed for microfilm but would be analogous to a modern digital application. This article provides a clear narrative on the importance of this concept that was halted due to the advance of the Hitler regime and World War II.
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Published in Spring 1997 Zeiss Historica Journal
Author: Nicholas Grossman
See Page 8 – 9.
The author profiles one of the many mechanical tools developed to aid manufacturing in early 20th Century factories: The Optical Gear Tooth Micrometer.
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Published in Spring 1993 Zeiss Historica Journal
Author: Joachim Arnz
See Page 4 – 5.
The author, who is a lifetime resident of Jena, contributes an article about a little known VEB Carl Zeiss Jena product. The product is a series of diesel engines for model airplanes. This was from a time in the early 1950’s when the firm explored many different consumer markets for products that would bring in much needed currency to this Zeiss firm in East Germany. The article also includes some very rare illustrations of the product.
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