which I showed.
Strangely European and American editions often, I would say always, differs on the cover or dustjackets,
doesn't matter what litterature!
It's the same as with the names of medicines, they differs from Country to Country,
even between Norway and Sweden, which were a Union until 100 years ago,
the names differs for the same drug, yes even to them made in Norway alternative Sweden!
Same with Canada vs USA, but that would be more understanable,
but do they differ inside USA ?
Yes, Korda is a classic author.
And I got "Third Man" with it's famous theme on a DVD,
and thanks for the tip, I didn't know it was on a DVD!
But to round up this little literary posting,
which have come down to marine chronometers...
I would take a giant step and just show the book of the books,
when it comes to the Bible of horology,
and referens for everything you wonder about.
This I recommende ALL who are intersted of horlogy,
what kind of watches, doesn't matter.
There you have it all,
And in French, German, English and Spanish, at the same time,
contains 4790 horological terms !
It's rather exspensive but you buy it new from :
When at the site, go to encyclopedia, then glossary and click on G.A. Berner.
I don't know how many times I have used it, but it's many !