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Yes. He did but it was a accident. It just so happend that he was just building something totally different and then he nosiest that when he put his hand behind it and BOOM …he discovered the X-ray because he saw his bone! (MORE)

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The Kaiser was a rather able leader in his own way. He further empowered the German Empire, turning it into one of the most powerful and important countries in the world, and …his reign was one of economic and military prosperity. In fact, until the end of the war, Wilhelm II was loved by his people, who were proud of their militaristic, powerful and hard working leader. He took the blame for the First World War because he create the Weltpolitik and due to the fact that Germany was the strongest nation of the Triple Alliance, inflicting more defeats on the allies than Austria-Hungary or the Ottoman Empire. The fact remains, nonetheless, that as a leader to the German people, he was very effective, powerful and popular. (MORE)

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Kaiser Wilhelm the II died because of Pulmonary embolism at age of 82, in the Netherlands.

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If you're looking for an analogy then: John Watson is to Wilhelm Wundt as observable behavior is to inner sensations.

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Kaiser Wilhelm II died from a lung embolism in 1941. He was the last Emperor of Germany from 1888 to 1918. When it was apparent that Germany would lose the war in 1918, he… abdicated the throne and left Germany. He was born in 1859. (MORE)

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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The Kaiser did not sink the Lusitania it was Captain Schweiger who fired the torpedo's and was on board ship. However, the Kaiser did give out orders to sink the passenger… ship even though he knew it carried 2,000 possibly innocent people (MORE)

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Wilhelm Friedrich Ackermann was a German mathematician best known for the Ackermann function, an important example in the theory of computation. Ackermann was awarded a Ph.D. …in 1925 for a consistency proof of arithmetic apparently without full Peano induction (although it did use e.g. induction over the length of proofs). In 1928, Ackermann helped David Hilbert turn his 1917 - 22 lectures on introductory mathematical logic into a text, Principles of Mathematical Logic. This text contained the first exposition ever of first-order logic, and posed the problem of its completeness and decidability. Ackermann went on to construct consistency proofs for set theory (1937), full arithmetic (1940), type-free logic (1952), and a new axiomatization of set theory (1956). (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4

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Wilhelm Hartnack has written: 'Pommern, Grundlagen einer Landeskunde' -- subject(s): Description and travel