Melvin Kranzberg

Melvin Kranzberg was a professor of history at Case Western Reserve University from 1952 until 1971. He was a Callaway professor of the history of technology at Georgia Tech from 1972 to 1988. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Kranzberg graduated from Amherst College, received a master's and a PhD from Harvard College and served in the Army in Europe during World War II. He received a Bronze Star for interrogating captured German prisoners and learning the location of Nazi gun emplacements. He was one of two interrogators out of nine in Patton's army that were not killed during the conflict. Kranzberg is known for his laws of technology, the first of which states "Technology is neither ... more on Wikipedia

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