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    WHO Classification of Tumours of the Breast

  2. 02. Kurman, Carcangiu, Herrington, Young
    WHO Classification of Tumours of Female Reproductive Organs

  3. 03. Bosman, Carneiro, Hruban, Theise
    WHO Classification of Tumours of the Digestive System

  4. 06. Travis, Brambilla, Burke, Marx, Nicholson
    WHO Classification of Tumours of the Lung, Pleura, Thymus and Heart

  5. 07. Swerdlow, Campo, Harris, Jaffe, Pileri, Stein
    WHO Classification of Tumours of Haematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues

  6. 09. Fletcher, Bridge, Hogendoorn, Mertens
    WHO Classification of Tumours of Soft Tissue and Bone

  7. 10. Lloyd, Osamura, Kl÷ppel, Rosai
    WHO Classification of Tumours of Endocrine Organs

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40 years Dagmar Blunck

In 1932, Walter Blunck, from Husum on the North Sea coast, went on a journey to South America, and staying rather longer than planned in Chile, became acquainted with a Chilean doctor, who not only wanted to learn German, but also required a book from Germany. Shortly thereafter a friend of the doctor, who also required a book, got in contact... and so it began.

In 1934 the Bookseller Walter Blunck was officially registered in Santiago.

During the Second World War Germans abroad were forbidden, by means of a 'black list', from business activities, so instead the family developed a chicken farm on an 8 hectare parcel of land. To this end an indestructible American car was converted into a truck to transport eggs, grapes and such products to Santiago where a lively black market was blossoming. Thus the war years passed.

In 1946 books could be imported again, but since no medical advances were to be expected in the foreseeable future from Germany, and German publishers were far too expensive, only American books were in demand.

In 1954, at the age of 17, Hans-Dieter Blunck entered his father's business, and developed a speciality within the medical book business for technical literature.

Between 1959 and 1961 he gained experience in various publishers and book stores in Europe, getting to know the land and people, including the Hamburg book dealer, Dagmar Funke, who returned with him to Chile.

By the year 1971 the business had grown to become the largest book seller in South America (shipping to customers in Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Peru and Bolivia), and described by the American publishers as “the most spectacular bookstore in the world“ and “the icing on the cake“.

After 1971 political restrictions made it impossible to import books, so we moved to Germany, and in 1974 began all over again.

In 2000 our daughter Viola Blunck Funke joined the business, thereby continuing the Blunck Family tradition into the third Generation.

Dagmar Blunck
Hans-Dieter Blunck

In 2009 my parents passed the company on to me, although they continue to help me in running the business.

Our many years of experience as specialist medical book suppliers enables us to meet your exacting requirements and to advise you personally.

Our success is attributable, on the one hand, that we go to great lengths to fulfill our customers' every need, and offer individual advice, and on the other hand to our customers that have given us many years of loyalty, and whom we would like to this opportunity to thank. And it remains our mission to earn and retain this trust and loyalty.

Viola Blunck Funke