• September 2014

      Johannes Haller (1865-1947)

      Briefe eines Historikers

      by Benjamin Hasselhorn, Christian Kleinert

      Johannes Haller was the most widely read German historian of his times. However, within the historical profession, he was considered something of an outsider. The reasons for this included Haller’s “difficult” character and penchant for polemics. As prese

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