<strong>Karl von Frisch</strong>, Jewish researcher of bees, was spared by the Nazis when a bee disease struck. He was known as &ldquo;the neutral scholar.&rdquo; But was he?

Karl von Frisch, Jewish researcher of bees, was spared by the Nazis when a bee disease struck. He was known as &amp;ldquo;the neutral scholar.&amp;rdquo; But was
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Karl von Frisch, Jewish researcher of bees, was spared by the Nazis when a bee disease struck. He was known as “the neutral scholar.” But was he?

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