Reinhold Reiter lost touch with nature. In summertime, when the 1920-1998 Reiters had their meal in the garden, the birds and even a mouse would come to their table to get their share. Reinhold Reiter died Reiter was living and acting in the deeply religious quietly in his sleep on the environment of his Catholic church, withdrawing from morning of 24 September time to time into seclusion at a Catholic institution. 1998. The evening before His friends knew that well and many of them found he thanked his wife with that it contributed to his strengths. a smile when she gave Reiter was born on 17 November 1920 in Munich him a large "Steinpilz" as a native Bavarian. At the age of 14, he had already (boletus edulis), a mush- experimented on his own with electrical and X-ray room favored more than phenomena. His meticulous written records from that any other sort, especially time are kept by his wife Jacqueline. After his second- by Germans. It has a distinctive, nice smell, recalling ary school exams in spring 1939, Reinhold served in the environment of a deep forest. That fragrance, fol- the compulsory German Labor Service lowing him into his
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 1999
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