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German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria: Vol. 1

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> medical matters >> Tropical diseases and other diseases >> German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria

German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria: Vol. 2

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> medical matters >> Tropical diseases and other diseases >> German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria

Sending of Prof. Dr. Robert Koch and staff physician Kohlstock to South Africa and German Southwest Africa to combat livestock epidemics: vol. 3

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> veterinary matters >> Sending of Prof. Dr. Robert Koch and staff physician Kohlstock to South Africa and German Southwest Africa to combat livestock epidemics

Veterinary services in protectorates, in particular the control of animal diseases. - General information: Vol. 11

Contains among other things: Robert Koch's work in disease control

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> veterinary matters >> Veterinary services in protectorates, in particular the control of animal diseases. - General information

Reichenbächer, Robert, cook

In: Behörden des Schutzgebietes Deutsch-Südwestafrika >> R 1002 Behörden des Schutzgebietes Deutsch-Südwestafrika >> Eisenbahnverwaltung und Eisenbahnbaubehörden >> Eisenbahnverwaltung >> Personalakten A - Z; BArch, R 1002 Behörden des Schutzgebietes Deutsch-Südwestafrika

Money collection for the erection of a monument to Robert Koch in Berlin

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> medical matters >> Healthcare in general

Ilgner - Young German - - Ilgner, Max (1) and (2) - - Industrie-Klub Düsseldorf (3) - - - Inspectorate of Education of the - Navy (4-9) - - - Institute for Foreign Affairs Politics (10-11) - - Institute for Infectious Diseases - "Robert Koch" (12-15) - - Institute for Sound Research (16-)17) - - Institute of Economics (18) - - - International Institute of African - Languages

In: Secret State Archive of Prussian Cultural Heritage (Archivtektonik) >> NON-GOVERNMENTAL PROVENANCES >> Companies, Families and People >> people >> State and local government and civil servants >> Ministry officials and employees in subordinate departments >> colonial administration >> Schnee, Heinrich (population) >> 04 Korrespondenz

Schnee, Heinrich

File 2721: Transmission of the Mary Kingsley Medal of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine...

File 2721: Transmission of the Mary Kingsley Medal of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine to Professor Robert Koch of Berlin. Paper 2721, folios 230-233; paper 3610, folios 234-236; paper 6156, folios 237-239; paper 6221, folios 240-242; pap...

In: The National Archives >> Records created or inherited by the Foreign Office >> Records of the Treaty and Royal Letter Department >> Foreign Office: Treaty Department and successors: General Correspondence from 1906 >> Germany, Code 318, Files 74 - 9011. Details are given at item level

Reichsgesundheitsamt (inventory)

History of the Inventory Designer: Authority founded in 1876 as the Imperial Office of Health (since 1918 known as the Reichsgesundheitsamt) within the portfolio of the Reich Ministry of the Interior; responsible for medical and veterinary affair...

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Interior, Health, Police and SS, Folklore

Expedition led by Robert Koch to combat sleeping sickness in D e u t s c h - O s t a f r i k a: Vol. 2

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> medical matters >> Tropical diseases and other diseases >> Expedition led by Robert Koch to combat sleeping sickness in D e u t s c h - O s t a f r i k a

German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria: Vol. 4

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> medical matters >> Tropical diseases and other diseases >> German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria

German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> medical matters >> Tropical diseases and other diseases

Sending of Prof. Dr. Robert Koch and staff physician Kohlstock to South Africa and German Southwest Africa to combat livestock epidemics: vol. 1

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> veterinary matters >> Sending of Prof. Dr. Robert Koch and staff physician Kohlstock to South Africa and German Southwest Africa to combat livestock epidemics

Sending of Prof. Dr. Robert Koch and staff physician Kohlstock to South Africa and German Southwest Africa to combat livestock epidemics: vol. 2

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> veterinary matters >> Sending of Prof. Dr. Robert Koch and staff physician Kohlstock to South Africa and German Southwest Africa to combat livestock epidemics

Veterinärwesen in den Schutzgebieten, insbes. Bekämpfung von Tierseuchen. - Allgemeines: Bd. 10

Contains among other things: Investigation of Rhodesian fever by Robert Koch.

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> veterinary matters >> Veterinary services in protectorates, in particular the control of animal diseases. - General information

Robert Koch Institute, Reichsanstalt zur Bekämpfung der übertragbaren Krankheiten (until 31.3.1942: Robert Koch Medical Institute for Infectious Diseases in Berlin)

Contains: - F. K. Klein and H. Kroó: Antitoxins in the Blood of the Natives in East Africa (special print from the German Medical Weekly 1930 No. 2), 1930.

In: Geheimes Staatsarchiv Preußischer Kulturbesitz (Archivtektonik) >> STAATSOBERHAUPT UND OBERSTE STAATSBEHÖRDEN, MINISTERIEN UND ANDERE ZENTRALBEHÖRDEN PREUSSENS AB 1808 >> Finanzen >> Finanzverwaltung und Steuererhebung >> Finanzministerium

German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria: Vol. 5

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> medical matters >> Tropical diseases and other diseases >> German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria

Expedition led by Robert Koch to combat sleeping sickness in German East Africa: Vol. 1

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> medical matters >> Tropical diseases and other diseases >> Expedition led by Robert Koch to combat sleeping sickness in D e u t s c h - O s t a f r i k a

Expedition led by Robert Koch to combat sleeping sickness in D e u t s c h - O s t a f r i k a

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> medical matters >> Tropical diseases and other diseases

Use of the files and source material of the Prussian Ministry of Spiritual, Educational and Medical Affairs (Ministry of Science, Arts and Popular Education) which are suitable for scientific research. Approval of requests for extra-official inspection of the Ministry's files, vol. 10

without foliation, Contains among other things: - Elaboration of a series of letters Karoline von Humboldt wrote to the archaeologist Prof. Dr. Gottlieb Welcker by Dr. Erna Sander, née Rindtorff in Bonn, 1931 - Elaboration of a scientific treatise...

In: Secret State Archive of Prussian Cultural Heritage (Archivtektonik) >> STAATSOBERHAUPT UND OBERSTE STAATSBEHÖRDEN, MINISTERIEN UND ANDERE ZENTRALBEHÖRDEN PREUSSENS AB 1808 >> Kultus (clergy, teaching and medical administration) >> Ministry of Education and the Arts

Monuments in Berlin, vol. 6

73 sheets, Contains and others: - Unveiling of the memorial for Rudolf Virchow on Karlsplatz, 1910, made by the sculptor Fritz Klimsch - call for the erection of a Meyerbeer memorial in Berlin. Berlin] [1911] (print) - Erection of a monument for t...

In: Secret State Archive of Prussian Cultural Heritage (Archivtektonik) >> STAATSOBERHAUPT UND OBERSTE STAATSBEHÖRDEN, MINISTERIEN UND ANDERE ZENTRALBEHÖRDEN PREUSSENS AB 1808 >> head of state >> Secret Civil Cabinet

Estate of Robert Koch

Robert Koch's scientific legacy - including around 1,100 letters, certificates of awards, manuscripts for lectures and publications, photographs and microscopic specimens

In: Robert Koch Institute

Koch, Robert

German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria: Vol. 3

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> medical matters >> Tropical diseases and other diseases >> German expeditions to the South Seas and Africa under the direction of Dr. Robert Koch to study malaria

Sending of Prof. Dr. Robert Koch and staff physician Kohlstock to South Africa and German Southwest Africa to combat livestock epidemics

In: Federal Archives (Archivtektonik) >> North German Confederation and German Reich (1867/1871-1945) >> Foreign Affairs, Colonial and Occupation Administration >> R e i c h s k o l o n i a l a m t (inventory) >> R 1001 Imperial Colonial Office >> Expeditions and Science, Health and Veterinary Affairs >> veterinary matters

Fi 10 Daniel Peres (inventory)

Mrs. Marianne Peres, née Höltgen (1900-1981) [oo Kurt Peres ( 1951)], and her daughter Ina Tückmantel have handed over the documents listed below Fi 10 No. 1-54 to the City Archives on 6 November 1979. The materials were in inscribed envelopes or ...

In: City Archive Solingen (Archivtektonik) >> 3. archives of non-urban provenance >> 3.5 Company archives >> Fi 10 Daniel Peres, Solingen Steelware Factory

Work in D e u t s c h - O s t a f r i k a and before Samoa

Contains among other things: Colonial Director O. Freiherr v. Richthofen; Prof. Robert Koch on protective vaccination against rinderpest; Governor Eduard von Liebert

In: S >> Solf, Wilhelm (inventory) >> N 1053 Wilhelm Solf >> Official and political background >> Early diplomatic activity

Solf, Wilhelm

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