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Herwig Wolfram

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Herwig Wolfram

Herwig Wolfram (14 February 1934, Vienna) is an Austrian historian. Professor emeritus at the University of Vienna,[1] from 1983 until 2002 he was Director of the Austrian Institute for Historical Research (Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung).[2]

Honours and awards

This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Deutsch World Heritage Encyclopedia.

Select bibliography

Works in English translation. For a complete list see the German National Library


External links

  • Profile at the University of Vienna website (in German)
  • Biographical notes (in German)
  • Biographical notes (in German)
  • Bibliography at LibraryThing

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