Ulrich Herbert

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Ulrich Herbert (born 24 September 1951 in Düsseldorf) is a German historian and a specializes in the Nazi era and German history during World War II.

He is a professor at the University of Freiburg. In 1999 Herbert received the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize in modern and contemporary history. He edited European history in the 20th Century, a series of ten surveys by German scholars.

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  • Herbert, Ulrich. A History of Foreign Labor in Germany, 1880-1980: Seasonal Workers/forced Labourers/guest Workers (Social History, Popular Culture and Politics in Germany). (The University of Michigan Press, 1991). ISBN 0472101595
  • Herbert, Ulrich. Hitler's Foreign Workers: Enforced Foreign Labour in Germany Under the Third Reich. (Cambridge U.P., 1997). ISBN 0-521-47000-5.
  • Herbert, Ulrich "Forced Laborers in the "Third Reich" - an Overview," International Labor and Working-Class History No. 58, Fall 2000, pp 192–218. Archived 15 April 2008 at the Wayback Machine.
  • Herbert, Ulrich. National-socialist Extermination Policies: Contemporary German Perspectives and Controversies (War and Genocide). (Berghahn 2000) ISBN 1571817514.

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