Richter, Heinz A. (1939-)

  1. Πρόσωπο
  2. 18 Μαρτίου 1939
  3. Χαϊλμπρόν (Γερμανία)
  4. Γερμανός
  5. Γερμανική υπηκοότητα
  6. Ιστορικός - Πανεπιστημιακός
  7. Δημιουργοί επιστημονικών έργων
  8. Άνδρας
  9. Γερμανική
    1. Heinz A. Richter (born 18 March 1939) is a German historian, known for his work on the history of World War II in the Balkans, the history of modern Greece and the modern history of Cyprus

      Heinz A. Richter was born on 18 March 1939, in Heilbronn, in northern Baden-Württemberg, Germany. He started reading Greek mythology at a very young age and, in high school, his professor of History "excited his interest for classical Greek antiquity."[1] Richter studied History, Political Science and English Literature at the Heidelberg University. He was professor of Greek and Cypriot modern history at the University of Mannheim from 1991 up to 2003.

      In his book Griechenland im Zweiten Weltkrieg 1939-1941, Richter provided a narrative account of the war in the Balkans from the Greek and Allied side, using published sources only.[2]

      Richter has commented also on the current state of the affairs of Greece,[3] as well as Cyprus.

      Wikipedia (This page was last modified on 31 December 2016, at 05:27.)
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