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Gerhard Weinberg

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Professor of History Emeritus UNC-Chapel HillHistory Home 1416 Mt. Willing Rd. Efland NC 27243 Work Phone: (919)563-4224
Biography
: US Army 1946-47; Univ. of Chicago MA and PhD; taught at Univ. of Chicago, Kentucky, Michigan; UNC Chapel Hill 1974-99; worked in captured German documents and established the program for microfilming them; two honorary degrees, 11 books, over 100 articles and other publications; member and/or chai of several US government advisory committees.
: Professor of History Emeritus
: PhD
: Modern European History
: University of Chicago
: Active
: 20th Century Europe; World War II; the Holocaust
Notes
:The United States in World War II; New Boundaries for the World: The Hopes of Eight WW II Leaders; Prospects for Peace in the Middle East; Pope Pius XII in World War II; The Legacy of World War I.