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This index contains list of names relevant to discussion of role that Dutch publishing houses played in the rise of English language commercial science publishing after the Second World War, that was preceded by the decline of science publishing in German. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. How was a small Dutch company able to grow into the world's largest science publishing house in just a few decades? This book attempts to answer the question by examining the collaboration between the entrepreneurs and scientists who achieved it - the former as publishers, the latter as editors.

Keywords: Dutch messengers; science publishing



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