Nobel Laureates, 1901-2000
This is the complete guide to the Nobel Prizewinners of the 20th Century. Included are: 703 biographies and photographs, covering all 6 Nobel classifications; Classifications chronologically presented from 1901 onwards, by Literature, Chemistry, Physics, Physiology or Medicine, Economics and Peace; Three indices encompass the Laureates by Alphabetical Order, Country of Birth and Classification; Yearly summary of world events; A detailed commentary on the life and times of Alfred Nobel; How the Laureates are chosen and the rewards they receive; An ongoing treasury and reference for all ages; and Why the Nobel Prize is regarded as the most prestigious award in the world.
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