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Klaus Gerhard Albert Schwabe

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).

Background

  • Schwabe, Klaus Gerhard Albert was born on March 23, 1932 in Berlin. Son of Eberhard and Gerda (Ludwig) Schwabe.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy, Freiburg (Germany) University, 1958. Habilitation, Freiburg (Germany) University, 1969.

    Career

    • 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.

    Works

    • Author: Woodrow Wilson, Revolutionary Germany, and Peacemaking, 1985, Gerhard Ritter, A Political Historian in His Letters, 1984, Sources of the Versailles Peace Conference, 1998. Co-author, editor: The Beginnings of the Schuman Plan, 1988.

    Membership

    Member American History Association, Society Historians of America Foreign Relations, Historians on the History of European Integration (vice chairman liaison group since 1987).

    Personality

    Interests

    Music, art, hiking.

    Connections

    • Married Rosemarie Gerda Fritzsche, September 16, 1961. Children: Gerhard, Ruth, Wolfgang, Ulrich.
    • father: Eberhard Schwabe
    • mother: Gerda (Ludwig) Schwabe
    • spouse: Rosemarie Gerda Fritzsche
    • children: Gerhard Schwabe
    • Ruth Schwabe
    • Wolfgang Schwabe
    • Ulrich Schwabe
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    Born March 23, 1932
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    • 1958
      Freiburg (Germany) University
    • 1969
      Freiburg (Germany) University
    • 1958 - 1971
      Assistant, professor modern history University Freiburg
    • 1997
      retired