Die Fernrohre und Entfernungsmesser


SHORTLY after the Great War, Dr. König, whose association with Messrs. Carl Zeiss of Jena eminently fitted him for the task, published his book on the telescope and range-finder. It dealt particularly with the more important fighting service optical instruments such as binoculars, sighting telescopes, submarine periscopes and range-finders, with the intricacies of which so many people through necessity had become familiar.

Die Fernrohre und Entfernungsmesser

Von Dr. Albert König. Zweite Auflage. Pp. v + 242. (Berlin: Julius Springer, 1937.) 24 gold marks.

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F., J. Die Fernrohre und Entfernungsmesser. Nature 140, 831 (1937). https://doi.org/10.1038/140831a0

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