Paul Zucker

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Paul Zucker (August 14, 1888, Berlin - February 14, 1971, New York) was a German-born architect, art historian, art critic and author. Between 1919 and 1935, he practiced architecture in Berlin.[1]

In 1943, he assisted the war effort by helping the United States Air Force construct the German Village in the Dugway Proving Ground, a simulation of German working class dwellings to be used to perfect fire-bombing techniques on German residential areas.

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