Paul Zucker (August 14, 1888, Berlin - February 14, 1971, New York City) was a German-born architect, art historian, art critic and author. Between 1919 and 1935, he practiced architecture in Berlin.
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.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20070928125524/http://www.buchhandlung-walther-koenig.de/katalog/larch/larch-1216429.htm (in German)
- https://web.archive.org/web/20060427031643/http://www.jovis.de/buch.php3?ISBN=3-936314-40-3&Sprache=d&Bereich=1&u= (in German)
- http://www.kunstbuchanzeiger.de/de/themen/architektur/rezensionen/681/ (in German)
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