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The twelve lectures of this monograph were delivered before the Research Study Club of Los Angeles in January 1938. They were first published in the American Journal of Ophthalmology in a series beginning in August 1938 and ending in August 1939. Coming from the University of Breslau in Silesia in 1934, the author gave more than a hundred lectures and demonstrations on ocular motility. Remaining in the United States as head of the Eye Clinic of Dartmouth College, Dr. Bielschowsky died suddenly in New York January 5 and was deprived of the opportunity to realize his cherished plan of writing a comprehensive textbook in English on the special field in which he attained world renown. In the foreword by Dr. Lancaster the final statement that "the lectures which are collected in this volume are a small but vivid token of his knowledge, experience and didactic ability" is indeed true. Those
Lectures on Motor Anomalies. JAMA. 1940;115(15):1303. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810410069044