Who is the founder of the Paralympic movement, it was Sir Ludwig Guttmann. The Google Doodle today celebrates the birth of a German, a British neuroscientist, and animated images.
On the 3rd of July, a Google Doodle celebrated its 122nd anniversary of the birth of the German-born British neurologist Sir Ludwig Guttmann, and animated images. He was the founder of the Paralympic movement. Today, with a special Google Doodle is hosted by the Baltimore-based guest artist-Ashanti Instagram.
Born on July 3 1899, in Toszek, Germany, now Toszek, Poland), Ludwig Guttmann established the Stoke Mandeville Games, an annual sporting event for people with disabilities, which was developed into the Paralympic Games in great Britain.
He received his M. D. degree in 1924, and shortly thereafter began the study spinal cord injury. Up to the age of thirty, Ludwig Guttmann established himself as one of the best neurosurgeons in Germany.
In addition to the passage of the nuremberg Laws in 1933, the Nazi uprising, to prevent Ludwig Gutmann, the practice of medicine in a professional way. In 1939, Guttmann and fled with his family to England, due to the increasing persecution of Jews in Germany.
While in England, Guttman conducted extensive research?. In 1948, they organized as a 16-man in the archery competition, and one of the first competitions for people with disabilities who use a wheelchair. The party was subsequently re-named the Stoke Mandeville Games, and it attracted attention from all over the world.
The international Stoke-Mandeville Games organized ? 12 I got you. He also founded the International Medical community ? (The International Spinal Cord Society and the British Sports Association for the Disabled (Action Alliance), in 1961. He has received numerous awards for his work, most of which have been knighted by His Majesty. The Queen, 1966.
“Today, the Paralympians have been legally recognized for their skills and performance. The Paralympic Games will continue to be a driving force in the promotion of the rights and freedoms of individuals with disabilities, and be assured of a long-term impact on the equality of conditions and opportunities, ” the Google Doodle page.