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Austrian, American, both?
What are the guidelines in that respect? He moved to the US late in life and then later also became American citizen. Most of his life, and perhaps most of his research, was in Austria. Is this really best described as "American of Austrian origins"? Also, in the small box on the right, what are the guidelines?Elephas (talk)
I suggest an improved structure of the article plus more details about Landsteiner's influence in medical research. --Hans555 16:19, 29 September 2007 (UTC)
Possible Copyright Violation?
This article matches the official biography on the Nobel Prize website almost word-for-word. . I've submitted it for review on the copyright problems page. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 22:04, 2 May 2008 (UTC)
More details from the German Version
Life of his father
according to the german Wiki his father lived 58 years.
Landsteiner’s father, Leopold (1818–1875), a renowned Viennese journalist who was editor-in-chief of Die Presse, died at age 56, when Karl was only 6
Landsteiners Vater Leopold (1817 Wien – 22. Februar 1875 ebenda), ein bekannter Journalist und erster Chefredakteur der Zeitung Die Presse, starb mit 58 Jahren, als Karl sechs Jahre alt war. --Pistnor (talk) 10:42, 17 September 2014 (UTC)