Fritz Zwicky, physicists
It is difficult to write just a few words about a man who was so great. It is even more difficult to try to capture the nuances of his character, including his propensity for genius as well as his eccentric behavior edging the abrasive as much as the funny, the scope of his contributions, the size of his heart, and the impact on society that the distinguished physicist, Fritz Zwicky (1898- 1974), has made. So I am not going to try to serve that injustice, rather I will construct a collage, which are cameos of his life and accomplishments. In this way, you, the reader, will hopefully be left with a sense of his greatness and a desire to learn more about him.
Mannone, John Charles
"A Propensity for Genius: That Something Special About Fritz Zwicky (1898 - 1974),"
Swiss American Historical Society Review: Vol. 42
, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sahs_review/vol42/iss1/2