Andreas Hillgruber

Marshal [[Ion Antonescu Andreas Fritz Hillgruber (18 January 1925 – 8 May 1989) was a conservative German historian who was influential as a military and diplomatic historian who played a leading role in the ''Historikerstreit'' of the 1980s. In his controversial book ''Zweierlei Untergang'', he wrote that historians should "identify" with the Wehrmacht fighting on the Eastern Front and asserted that there was no moral difference between Allied policies towards Germany in 1944 and 1945 and the genocide waged against the Jews. The British historian Richard J. Evans wrote that Hillgruber was a great historian whose once-sterling reputation was in ruins as a result of the ''Historikerstreit''. Provided by Wikipedia
2
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1986
Book
3
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1961
Book
4
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1960
Book
5
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1978
Book
6
8
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1965
Book
10
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1989
Book
11
12
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1989
Book
13
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1962
Book
14
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1984
Book
15
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1987
Book
16
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1965
Book
17
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1978
Book
18
Article
19
by Hillgruber, Andreas
Published 1981
Book
Search Tools: Get RSS Feed Email this Search