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Karel C. Berkhoff

Karel Cornelis Berkhoff (born 1965) is a senior researcher at NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies in Amsterdam.[1]

Berkhoff studied history and Russian studies at the University of Amsterdam, Soviet Studies at Harvard University and graduated in 1998 as a historian at the University of Toronto. He studies primarily World War II in Russia and Eastern Europe. He was an advisor to the ZDF documentary "Holocaust" (2000). [2]

Selected publications

Awards

  • Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary History 2001 from the Wiener Library for the book Harvest of Despair: Life and Death in Ukraine Under Nazi Rule.

References

  1. ^ Staff page on NIOD website
  2. ^ Pure.knaw.nl Karel Berkhoff in a database of the KNAW, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.


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