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Abstract

The establishment of the Society of Swiss Veterinarians was discussed. Highlights focused on its early beginnings in the year 1813, achievements from 1813 to 1848, milestones in the field of veterinary education, animal breeding, training, and control of animal diseases from 1813 up to the present. ...

Author(s)
Häsler, S.
Publisher
Verlag Hans Huber, Bern, Switzerland
Citation
SAT, Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde, 2013, 155, 1, pp 7-18
Abstract

This review is devoted almost entirely to infections with viruses and Mycoplasma as they concern cattle in the Federal German Republic. Mention is made of trypanosomiasis and piroplasms but these are unlikely to be dangerous to cattle in Europe.

Author(s)
Munz, E.
Citation
Tierarztliche Praxis, 1977, 5, 1, pp 21-34
Abstract

M. reviewed literature on the occurrence of F. & M. disease, rinderpest, bovine contagious pleuro-pneumonia, blackleg and anthrax in cattle and sheep, rabies in dogs, and glanders in horses, from the 16th to the 19th centuries in the ancient state of the Three Leagues, which now forms the canton...

Author(s)
Margadant, C.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1953, 95, pp 375-397
Abstract

I. The veterinary history of German South-West Africa began in 1894 when Dr RICKMANN was in charge of veterinary work there. He eradicated contagious bovine pleuropneumonia before 1900.
In 1910, the author was sent out to cope with a serious sheep disease, which he identified as sheep pox. The...

Author(s)
Von Ostertag, R.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1938, 46, pp 65-71
Abstract

Conditions prevailing in 1939 in Abyssinia and adjacent territories occupied by Italy are briefly renewed. The incidence of the various livestock diseases in Harrar, Asmara, Galla-Sidama, Shoa, Eritrea, and Italian Somaliland is tabulated, but the list is not complete, nor are statistical data...

Author(s)
Dedié.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1942, 50, pp 219-220; 259
Abstract

There is no single law on the control of livestock diseases, but numerous separate decrees exist by which control is exercised through local (department) authorities. There is very little State financial support for the compensation of farmers, etc. for loss by compulsory slaughter. Only in the...

Author(s)
Semmler, W.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1941, 47, pp 309-311; 324-326; 335-338
Abstract

This is a brief account of various important diseases in the German-occupied area of Poland. Rinderpest.-During the years 1920-23 there was a very comprehensive scheme of control, involving slaughter, serum treatment, and the establishment of prohibited areas. The disease has not recurred since.
...

Author(s)
Schaaf, J.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1940, 48, pp 540-543
Abstract

By an order of September 14th, 1941 the whole agricultural organization was remodelled under a Minister of Agriculture and Food under whom is the State veterinary service which is organized to control animal diseases and to inspect food of animal origin. The country is divided into nine provinces...

Author(s)
Hoffman.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1941, 47, pp 486-489; 503-304
Abstract

The veterinary service of Norway operated under the Ministry of Agriculture [in 1941 it was transferred to the Ministry of the Interior] and was based on the appointment of district veterinarians in charge of local areas. The veterinary college at Oslo and the veterinary institute at Oslo are also...

Author(s)
Daniels.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1941, 47, pp 172-175; 184-186
Abstract

The following notifiable diseases were not observed during the year: -dourine, rinderpest, contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia and sheep pox. Other diseases notifiable in a part or whole of the German Reich are: -anthrax, blackleg, haemorr-hagic septicaemia, strangles, tuberculosis, swine...

Publisher
Berlin: Reimer Hobbing,
Citation
Statistik Deuts. Reichs., 1934, 444, pp 113 pp.

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