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  Robert Havemann - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert Havemann (11 March 1910 - 9 April 1982) was a chemist, communist and an East German dissident.
Havemann joined the German Communist Party in 1932 and worked for the resistance until his arrest by the Gestapo in 1943.
He received a death sentence, but due to his knowledge he was instead forced to do research whilst in jail.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Robert_Havemann   (272 words)

 Havemann, Robert, Questions, Answers, Questions: From the Biography of a German Marxist, trans
Havemann explains this as evidence that it is necessary to put industry completely in the hands of the workers, which "is a crucial prerequisite for the realization of socialism" (48).
Havemann firmly believes that in the 1960's it was necessary to overcome Stalinism in the G.D.R. During an interrogation, Havemann discusses his beliefs regarding the Berlin Wall’s extent of success.
Havemann explains that it is ridiculous to provide cars for only a few families, when "it is much more a matter of meeting the travel and transportation needs of the population in the most effective way" (210).
www.history.ucsb.edu /faculty/marcuse/classes/133c/133cproj/CariniHavemann72-042.htm   (2356 words)

 H-Net Review: J. Palmowski on Robert Havemann: Oder Wie die DDR sich erledigte
Havemann's fame spread rapidly through the university and beyond, and he now became a subject of observation for his erstwhile friends, the Stasi.
Havemann's house arrest, which began ten days after Biermann's exclusion from the GDR, was the central, but not the only, measure taken by the state to break up the circle of opposition which had formed around Biermann and Havemann.
Havemann was able to provide these figures with the legitimacy and notoriety which these young activists needed to withstand state pressure, and many of them went on to become pivotal figures of the peace movement of the 1980s.
www.h-net.org /reviews/showrev.cgi?path=91351094042215   (1587 words)

 HYLE 4-2 (1998): Short Biography: Robert Havemann
Born in Munich, Robert Havemann studied chemistry in Munich and Berlin from 1929-1933.
Havemann considered the dogmatic convictions of Stalinism, as it was called even outside the USSR, as aberrations from original dialectical materialism.
Robert Havemann was an independent and, in the best sense, unconventional thinker, and for the political leaders (not only) of the GDR he was a very incommodious philosophizing chemist, as well.
www.hyle.org /journal/issues/4/ruthenb.htm   (1340 words)

 A Movie Review of The Phantom Tollbooth
Even older adults were swept up in the anti-Fascist rhetoric, the best example being Robert Havemann who was jailed in a Gestapo prison and then became a central figure in the founding of the G.D.R..
The Havemanns had abandoned their support of the government and became key figures in the protest movement.
Havemann sitting on top of her STASI file, a group of folders that takes up an entire room.
www.tollbooth.org /2004/movies/bwall.html   (795 words)

 Robert Havemann, Chemist/GDR Dissident
Robert Havemann (1910-1982) was a physical chemist and a very committed socialist who gradually found himself in opposition to the kind of regime that emerged in the German Democratic Republic.
He had joined the Communist Party of Germany (KPD) in 1932 and was thus later sentenced to death by the Nazis as a resistance fighter.
The Robert-Havemann-Archiv (Robert Havemann Archive) in Berlin has a large collection of documents concerning the life and times of Robert Havemann.
www.havemann.com /havemann_robert.html   (405 words)

 List of chemists - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elias James Corey, (born 1928), American organic chemist, winner of 1990 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Robert Curl, (born 1933), winner of 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Robert B. Woodward (1917-1979), 1965 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_chemists   (691 words)

 Movie Database - [TV Guide Online]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Beller's strategy is to use as a framework the story of chemist Robert Havemann, an anti-Nazi resistance hero and member of East German parliament, whose experiences as an "enemy of the state" are in many ways representative of the overall persecution of dissent in the GDR.
Sentenced to death by the Nazis and eventually freed from prison by Russian troops, Havemann's initial hope for the newly formed GDR was short-lived, snuffed out by an increasingly oppressive state that began assuming fascist trappings, including the formation of the Gestapo-like Stasi and its vast network of civilian spies.
Havemann's renown as a resistance fighter saved him from the terrifying fate that befell countless other East German dissidents, including singer/songwriter Bettina Wegener and the artist Barbel Bohley — both interviewed here — who endured imprisonment and psychological torture.
online.tvguide.com /movies/database/showmovie.asp?MI=44193   (346 words)

 FHI history, page 5
Robert Havemann, who had held a scholarship at the institute in 1932 and 1933, was appointed head of the institute by the City Council.
In January 1948 R. Havemann was charged with being an active member of the communist party, and by order of the American authorities he was dismissed as director of the institute, but was still retained as a Department Head.
His department, however, was closed in the beginning of 1950, when he was accused of communist propaganda and banned from the institute.
www.fhi-berlin.mpg.de /gnz/history/page5.html   (699 words)

 Stiftung Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Robert Havemann - old Communist, chemist, philosopher - fights for a "democratic socialism" and comes to symbolize the GDR opposition.
Its reaction to the public criticism is harsh: Havemann is not allowed to practice his profession and is put under house arrest.
Prominent artists and writers protest and are punished by expatriation, or they leave the country voluntarily.
www.hdg.de /Final/eng/page157.htm   (747 words)

 Plötzensee Memorial Center
In the early years of the war, physician and Berlin university instructor Georg Groscurth, physical chemist Robert Havemann, architect Herbert Richter, and dentist Paul Rentsch attempt to assist persecuted people.
Havemann, Groscurth, Richter, and Rentsch give their group the name European Union.
Others lose their lives before coming to trial, are murdered in the concentration camp Auschwitz, die in prison, or die as a result of their incarceration after liberation.
www.gedenkstaette-ploetzensee.de /05_e.html   (238 words)

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Robert Havemann, who had been liberated by the Soviet troops from prison and had held a scholarship at the Institute in 1932 and 1933, was appointed leader of the Institute by the City Council.
In January 1948, R. Havemann was dismissed as Director of the Institute by order of the American authorities but was still retained as a Department Head.
His department, however, was closed down in the beginning of 1950, when he was accused of communist propaganda and banned from the Institute.
www.fhi-berlin.mpg.de /grz/history/postwar.html   (628 words)

 Germany (East) DISSENT - Flags, Maps, Economy, History, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International ...
This opposition had been inspired by the late Robert Havemann, whose thought, as expressed in Fragen, Antworten, Fragen (Questions, Answers, Questions) and Dialektik ohne Dogma (Dialectics Without Dogma), centered on the gap between the theory and practice of socialism.
Havemann advocated a pluralistic socialism inspired by a return to the humanism developed in Marx's early writings.
Robert F. Goeckel's "The Luther Anniversary in East Germany" covers the politics surrounding that celebration.
www.photius.com /countries/germany_east/society/germany_east_society_dissent.html   (1115 words)

 Patentee Index
Fair, James A.; Havemann, Robert H.; Sung, Jungwan; Taylor, Nerissa; Lee, Sang-Hyeob; and Plano, Mary Anne, to Novellus Systems, Inc. Selective refractory metal and nitride capping 06844258 Cl. 438-648.
Berner, Robert W.; Fatula, Jr., Joseph J.; Hitzfeld, Robert; Contreras, Richard; and Chiu, Andrew 06843894 Cl. 204-228.1.
Selzer, Robert Allen; Rauch, Franz Ludwig; Siegert, Heinz; Simon, Klaus; Friml, William Rudolf; Gagnon, Joe Baker; and Macklin, Robert Harrison 06845145 Cl. 378-34.
www.uspto.gov /web/patents/patog/week03/OG/patentee/alphaF.htm   (4434 words)

 Site Contents at the free Online Encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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Robert Lindley was appointed sales engineer of Tosoh SMD Inc. (Grove City, Ohio).
In addition, Robert H. Havemann joined the company as vice president of RandD.
Robert D. Reilly was named technical manager for the Japan market of Extraction Systems Inc. (Franklin, Mass.).
www.reed-electronics.com /SEMICONDUCTOR/index.asp?layout=articlePrint&articleID=CA92575   (761 words)

 Texas Instruments Announces Research Breakthrough Paving the Way to Vastly More Powerful Computer Chips
The successful coupling of the two technologies (copper and xerogel) each new and radical in its own right, allows electrical signals to flow more freely throughout a chip, reducing troublesome electrical resistance and capacitance effects.
Xerogel is a material made of microscopic glass bubbles containing air which is nature's ideal insulator.
TI has shown it is now possible to integrate xerogel into copper interconnects--pushing the limits of mother nature," said Havemann.
www.ti.com /corp/docs/press/company/1997/c97091a.shtml   (675 words)

 HYLE - Bibliographic Section Philosophy of Chemistry, post-1990 literature
Roberts, J.A.: 2003, ‘Negotiated Identities of Chemical Instrumentation: The Case of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, 1956-1969’, in: J.E. Earley (ed.), Chemical Explanation: Characteristics, Development, Autonomy, New York (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol.
Roberts, L.: 1992, 'Condillac, Lavoisier, and the instrumentalization of science', Kennis en Methode, 16, 172-190.
Roberts, L.: 1995, 'The Death of the Sensous Chemist: The 'New' Chemistry and the Transformation of Sensous Technology', Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (Part A), 26, 503-529.
www.hyle.org /service/biblio/hylebib.htm   (14227 words)

 village voice > film > Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times; The Burning Wall; Die Another Day by Michael ...
Within a few short years from the hopeful Stalinism of 1949, a rampaging mini-Soviet terror state was executing citizens, imprisoning writers, and, by 1961, building a massive wall across Berlin to keep desperate East Germans from walking west.
Following a few key figures (predominantly, activist-scientist-bureaucrat Robert Havemann), Beller favors archival shots of children too heavily, but scores with actual Stasi tapes and interviews with ex-commanders, most of whom conspicuously avoid admitting remorse.
The dynamic of rationalization and transferred guilt is stunning given the proximity of Nazism (how could so many stomach the GDR's use, in the '50s, of uniforms, parades, salutes, and übermensch-ism?).
www.villagevoice.com /issues/0247/atkinson.php   (737 words)

 The Propanediol Utilization (pdu) Operon of Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium LT2 Includes Genes Necessary for ...
Havemann, G. D., Bobik, T. Protein Content of Polyhedral Organelles Involved in Coenzyme B12-Dependent Degradation of 1,2-Propanediol in Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium LT2.
Havemann, G. D., Sampson, E. M., Bobik, T. PduA Is a Shell Protein of Polyhedral Organelles Involved in Coenzyme B12-Dependent Degradation of 1,2-Propanediol in Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium LT2.
Johnson, C. V., Pechonick, E., Park, S. D., Havemann, G. D., Leal, N. A., Bobik, T. Functional Genomic, Biochemical, and Genetic Characterization of the Salmonella pduO Gene, an ATP:Cob(I)alamin Adenosyltransferase Gene.
jb.asm.org /cgi/content/abstract/181/19/5967   (706 words)

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This result for vias differs markedly from a trench of constant cross section, and may impose an important physical constraint on via filling by reflow.
Aluminum plugs for via and contact level processing have received considerable attention in the last few years because of their advantages over tungsten plugs.
Dixit, Jiong-Ping Lu, Wei-Yung Hsu, J. Luttmer, Robert H. Havemann, Texas Instruments Inc, Semiconductor Process and Device Ctr, Dallas, TX.
www.mrs.org /meetings/spring97/abstract_book/k/k2   (2234 words)

 Socialism. Communism. Anarchism. - What's Been Published - Alphabetically by Title Beginning: W
Robert Havemann ; herausgegeben von Dieter Hoffmann und Hubert Laitiko.
Lenin, translated by Joe Fineberg and George Hanna ; revisions to translation, and introduction and glossary by Robert Service.
V.I. Lenin ; translation by Joe Fineberg and George Hanna ; revisions to translation, and introduction, and glossary by Robert Service.
www.pitbossannie.com /ti-hx-w.html   (837 words)

 GDR Section of Communist Party of Germany (ML)
It was the first paper on the GDR Section written from a bourgeois point of view which has been published since the annexation of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) to the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG).
And in January, 1998, the mister 'comrade' was invited to be a guest of the 'private conference' of the [Bavaria] state group of the Christian Social Union residing in Bonn in the upper Bavarian village of Wildbad Kreuth.
And immediately [after the GDR's annexation by the FRG], a street was named after Havemann, while so many other streets which had been named after anti-fascists and 'evil' communists were renamed.
www.revolutionarydemocracy.org /rdv5n1/gdrkpd.htm   (5261 words)

 1910 - Wikipedia
March 11 - Robert Havemann[?], chemist (+ 1982)
May 27 - Heinrich Hermann Robert Koch, German bacteriologist (*1843)
November 20 - Leo Tolstoy, Russian novelist (Anna Karenina, War and Peace)
www.web-dictionary.org /encyclopedia/19/1910.html   (506 words)

 History of Science Society | HSSOnline.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Robert H. Silliman (Emory University): "Lyell and Agassiz in the Launching of American Geology"
Robert Lovely (Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters): "The Food Studies of Stephen A. Forbes: Prelude to Ecology"
Matthew Robert Goodrum (Indiana University): "Confronting the Knowledge of the Other: Early Interpretations of the Mayan Calendar and the Question of a Mayan Astronomy"
www.hssonline.org /meeting/program/archiveprogs/program1995.html   (4352 words)

 TI touts copper chip advance | CNET News.com
Another benefit of xerogel is its ability to prevent electrical signals in the chip from degrading, a problem which eventually results in inaccurate calculations.
TI is already using xerogel and copper circuits in some of its products, according to Robert Havemann, a manager with the company.
However, using the two together is a first for TI.
news.com.com /2100-1001-206001.html?legacy=cnet&st.ne.fd.mdh   (850 words)

 HAVEMANN, ROBERT - MORGEN, DIE INDUSTRIEGESELLSCHAFT AM SCHEIDEWEG...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 Amazon.com: Video: The Burning Wall: Dissent and Opposition Behind the Berlin Wall (2004)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
interviews with Vaclav Havel, Richard von Weizsäcker, Günther Grass, Stephan Heym, and prominent resistors Robert and Katja Havemann.
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While the stories of key dissenters like Robert Havemann are highlighted, this nearly two-hour documentary provides a history of the rise and fall of the German Democratic Republic and the ideology of the regime.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1559746726?v=glance   (756 words)

 Associateship Directory of Previous Awardees
Birkmire, Robert (U.S. Army Armament, Munitions and Chemical Command)
Greenberg, Robert (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Havemann, Robert (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
nrc58.nas.edu /pgasurvey/data/aodir/gen_page.asp?mode=indiv&sql=start_year='1976'   (506 words)

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