Fighting for Kaiser and Fatherland. German-Jewish Soldiers and the Quest for Integration, 1914-1935
Historian Volker Berghahn's lecture will accompany LBI's new exhibition German Jews at the Eastern Front in WWI: Modernism Meets Tradition.
Volker Berghahn, Seth Low Emeritus Professor of History at Columbia University, specializes in modern German history and European-American relations. He received his M.A. from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1961) and his Ph.D. from the University of London (1964). He taught in England and Germany before coming to Brown University in 1988 and to Columbia ten years later. His publications include: America and the Intellectual Cold Wars in Europe (2001); Quest for Economic Empire (ed., 1996); Imperial Germany (1995); The Americanization of West German Industry, 1945-1973 (1986); Modern Germany (1982); Der Tirpitz-Plan (1971); Europe in the Era of Two World Wars (2006); and most recently Industriegesellschaft und Kulturtransfer, Goettingen (2010).
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