1906 – Born on a farm outside Vienna on the 18th of February.
1920 – He was a member in the youth movements.
1931 – He earned his medical doctorate, and found his first job a year later as a member of the university children’s clinic.
1934 – His career developed with a move to the psychiatric hospital in Leipzig.
1944 – His landmark paper describing autistic symptoms, he found a permanent tenured post at the University of Vienna.
– Diagnosed Asperger’s syndrome.
1964 – He headed the SOS-Kinderdorf in Hinterbrühl.
1980 – Died on the 21st of October.
1990 – Dr. Asperger’s findings were ignored and disregarded in the English-speaking world in his lifetime. Finally, his findings began to gain notice, and nowadays Asperger’s Syndrome is recognized as a condition in a large part of the world.