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December 9th, 1868 Fritz Haber is born in Wrocław, Prussia (Now modern day Poland).
August 3rd 1901 Fritz Haber marries Clara Immerwahr.
1871 Germany becomes unified.
January 1902 Fritz and Clara's son, Herman, is born.
October 1917 Fritz Haber marries his second wife, Charlotte Nathan.
July 21st 1921 Fritz and Charlotte's son, Ludwig is born.
1915 Fritz's wife, Clara, commits suicide.
1927 Fritz and Charlotte get divorced.
1918 German Revolution Begins
1918 World War I Ends
1914 World War I begins
1918 Fritz and Charlotte's daughter, Eva, is born.
1918 Fritz Haber is awarded the 1918 Nobel Prize for Chemistry
August 11th 1919 German Revolution Ends
1869 Creation of the Periodic Table
1879 Thomas Edison Invents the light bulb
1934 Fritz Haber dies in Basel, Switzerland.
1913 The atomic number is created by Moseley
1895 Helium is isolated on Earth for the first time.
April 20th 1889 Adolf Hitler is born.
1926 Robert Goddard launches the first rocket powered by water in Massachusetts.
1904 The Wright brothers build the Flyer II, the world's second powered aircraft ever.
April 14th 1912 The Titanic sinks
1884 Grover Cleavland is elected U.S. president
1911 Haber becomes the director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute.
1886 Haber began to study at the University of Berlin.
1886 After a semester at the University of Berlin, Haber transferred to the University of Heidelberg
1889 Haber completes one and a half years at the University of Heidelberg.
Haber attended Charlottenburg Technische Hochschule.
First academic paying job in 1894 as an assistant at Department of Chemical and Fuel Technology. While working here, he became interested in electrochemistry.
1905 Haber publishes his book on Thermodynamics of technical gas-reactions
1924 Haber publishes his book called Practical Results of the Theoretical Development of Chemistry.
1916 Haber becomes cheif of Germany's Chemical Warefare Services
1914 Haber proposes that chlorine gas should be used in gas attacks.
1918 Haber successfully synthesizes ammonia.
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