Problems of Forensic Sciences 2002 Vol. 50 (L) 116-121


Kaianders SEMPLER

Harry Söderman lived an extraordinary life. Few have accomplished as much as he did. He can be considered as the father of the Swedish Forensic Science Laboratory work that encompasses the whole area except forensic medicine and toxicology. He learnt the subject working with the famous Mr Locard in Lyon and had great influence on the development of European forensic science. However even more interesting are his achievements outside forensic science. He for instance played an important role in the liberation of Norway at the end of World War II. The present paper gives a journalist view of what the general public of today might want to know about the fantastic life of Harry Söderman.

Słowa kluczowe
Harry Söderman; Sweden; History of forensic sciences.

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