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   Kahn
   Fritz
   F.K. ; Fr. / Frédéric Cahn ; monogram FKc
   1st: Irma Glogau in 1920 w. whom he moved to Palestine in 1921; 2nd: singer & music teacher Erna Schnabel in 1937 with whom he moved to France
   Raffael (*1922 & Emmanuel (*1924)
   1888 in Halle (Saale), Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
   1968
   Locarno, Schweiz / Switzerland
   Arthur Kahn, physician & writer, who emigrated to the USA and settled in Hoboken (NJ) , later in New York City
   mother Hedwig Kahn, born Schmuhl,
   medical & scientific studies at the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Univ. esp. in microbiology & gynecology; 1914-18 physician in a clinic
   Germany
   Die Milchstrasse, Stuttgart 1914; Die Zelle, 1919 (w. 9 illustr.); Das Leben des Menschen (w. c. 1500 illustr.), 5 vols. 1922-31; Der Mensch, Bau & Funktionen unseres Körpers, Rüschlikon-Zürich 1940; Man in Structure & Function, 1943 (w. 461 illustr.); Het wonder der natuur; Design of the Universe: Heavens & Earth, New York 1954; ...
   Kosmos, Franckh’sche Verlagshandlung, Stuttgart; in the 1920s, F.K. was also a reporter for the Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung
   c. 25 draughtsmen incl. -> G. Edelstein, -> Arthur Schmitson, ->Karl Hajek, ->Georg Helbig, ->Roman Rechn & -> Fritz Schüler, ->Otmar Trester, -> Alwin Freund-Beliani, -> Helmut Grundner, -> Ewald Streletzki, -> Eric Sloane, ->Toni N. Haken, ->Arno Krugel, ->Adrian Vander, -> R. Landsberg et al.
   popular, quasi- & pseudo-anatomical, technical, chemical, astronomical drawing, often didactic, playful or ironic
   www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/dreamanatomy/da_visible_industrial.html
   www.fritz-kahn.com/de ; www.cjc-online.ca/index.php/journal/article/viewFile/1876/1959 ; www.codex99.com/anatomy/59.html
   Who's Who; Uta & Thilo von Debschitz: F.K.–Man Machine/Maschine Mensch, Vienna 2009; Rolf F. Nohr in D.Liebsch & N. Mößner (eds.2012): 155-68; Cornelius Borck: Communicating the modern body, Canadian Journal of Communication 32 (2007): 495-520; Miriam Eilers: Fritz Kahns Das Leben des Menschen, NTM 23 (2015): 1-31; M. Eilers: Zur Entstehung und Rezeption populären Wissens in der Weimarer Republik. eine Fallstudie zu Fritz Kahns "Das Leben des Menschen", med. Ph.D. Diss., Bochum 2016; Michael Sappol: Body Modern. Fritz Kahn, Scientific Illustration and the Homuncular Subject, Minneapolis 2017; Antoni Michnik in Rocznik Historii Sztuki, tom XXXIX (2014): 127-141.
   born in Germany, grown up in the USA and since 1895 back in Germany; also active in Elsace (France), Northern Italy, Switzerland & Palestine, ; persecuted by the Nazis, F.K. emigrated via France, Spain & Portugal to America in 1940.
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