Klaus Gerhard Albert Schwabe, German historian, retired educator. Grantee American Council Learned Societies, New York City, 1963-1965; Nobel Institute fellow, Oslo, 1997. Member American History Association, Society Historians of America Foreign Relations, Historians on the History of European Integration (vice chairman liaison group since 1987).
Assistant professor modern history University Freiburg, 1958-1971. Full professor modern history Frankfurt (Germany) University, 1972-1980, Aachen (Germany) University of Technology, 1980-1997. Retired, since 1997
Adenauer professor Georgetown University, Washington, 1990-1991, Monnet professor European Commission Brussels, 1992.
- Woodrow Wilson, Revolutionary Germany, and Peacemaking, 1918-1919: Missionary Diplomacy and the Realities of Power (Supplementary volumes to The papers of Woodrow Wilson)
- Schwabe examines the political, economic, and ideological motivations that prompted American and German leaders to adopt strategies that led to discord during this period of transition from war to peace in the international field and from monarchy to republic in Germany.
- WOODROW WILSON, REVOLUTIONARY GERMANY, AND PEACEMAKING, 1918-1919: MISSIONARY DIPLOMACY AND THE REALITIES OF POWER. Translated by Robert & Rita Kimber. Supplementary volumes to The papers of Woodrow Wilson.
1958 - 1971