Springer-Verlag: 1945-1992, Rebuilding, opening frontiers, by Heinz Götze, M. Schäfer

By Heinz Götze, M. Schäfer

The second one a part of the a hundred and fifty years of Springer's heritage begins after international battle II and keeps as much as 1992, whilst a metamorphosis in administration came about. this era could be visible as a unmarried unit in regards to the impact of the personalities in addition to the publishing coverage they represented. elements may be extraordinary: First, the time of rebuilding in Germany and in Vienna, through a interval of internationalization. The founding of a department in ny in 1964 used to be the place to begin of this period, the time whilst the English language began to develop into extremely important for Springer's clinical books and journals. the second one step was once the notice of the starting to be value of East Asia resulting in branches in Tokyo, New Delhi and Hong Kong, hence aiming at Springer's worldwide presence in clinical literature.

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