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A subjective viewpoint— the use of digital computers in Western Germany


The first computers operating in post-war Germany had been constructed within Germany. These were developed at the Max Plank Institute in Göttingen, with two additional university machines under construction at Darmstadt and Munich [1]. These machines did not attain any importance, however, in the German economy.

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