[SIGCIS-Members] Konrad Zuse's 1936 patent - German text?
mariann at nomatic.org
Wed Jan 25 04:09:21 PST 2017
i can check the german text if you like for its consistency, if none of the german zuse specialists are around & can help out …
all the best,
mariann (austrian speaker;)
On 25 Jan 2017, at 12:53, Brian Randell <brian.randell at newcastle.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi Mark:
> I have a copy of the original 1936 Zuse patent application that I had translated into English for my Origins book. (It took some finding - some of my Zemanek documents had strayed into the middle of the Zuse documents, and so had obscured them! :-)
> It is a type-written document, on the letterhead of Zuse’s patent attorney Dr.-Ing. Bruno Wolf, Berlin Charlottenberg 5, Kantstrasse 85, dated 9.4.36 (i.e. 9 April 1936). It is some twenty or so pages in length. However I should warn you that some of the pages are barely legible (though could probably be deciphered by someone who knows German - which I don’t).
> I could scan this document for you if you wish.
> (I have about two inches thick of documents about Zuse’s work, including a number of patents and patent applications, some pre-war, immediately some post-war, together with several typescripts from him. My plan is that this material will be added to the archive of my files held in the Special Collections section of Newcastle University Library. This already holds all the extensive correspondence that I was involved in while compiling Origins.)
>> On 24 Jan 2017, at 10:58, Mark Priestley <m.priestley at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear list,
>> Zuse's 1936 patent "Method for Automatic Execution of Calculations with the Aid of Computers" is reprinted in Brian Randell's "Origins of Digital Computers" collections. Does anyone know if/where I can get hold of the German original?
>> Thanks in advance.
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