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Deutsches Historisches Institut (Paris, France)


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    • Deutsches Historisches Institut, Paris
    • Deutsches Historisches Institut in Paris
    • DHI Paris
    • DHIP
    • German Historical Institute Paris
    • German Historical Institute (Paris, France)
    • Germany (West). Bundesministerium für Wissenschaftliche Forschung. Deutsches Historisches Institut (Paris, France)
    • GHIP
    • IHA
    • IHAP
    • Institut historique allemand (Paris, France)
    • Institut historique allemand de Paris
    • Max Weber Stiftung. Deutsches Historisches Institut (Paris, France)
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    • Deutsches Historisches Institut, Paris
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    • found: Kaiser, R. Bischofsherrschaft zwischen Königtum und Fürstenmacht, 1981:p. 2 (Deutschen Historischen Institut in Paris)
    • found: Taschenb. d. öffentl. Lebens, 1980/81:p. 330 (Deutsches Historisches Institut, Paris)
    • found: La France et la République fédérale d'Allemagne, c1984:t.p. (Institut historique allemand de Paris) p. facing t.p. (IHAP; Institut historique allemand de Paris, Institut historique allemand; 9, rue Maspéro 75116 Paris)
    • found: Die Belagerung des Thrones, 2012:t.p. verso (Deutsches Historisches Institut) half t.p. (DHIP; IHA)
    • found: Wikipedia, November 9, 2018(German Historic Institute Paris; GHIP; Institut historique allemand (IHA); the Deutsche Historische Forschungsstelle (German Historical Research Center) was inaugurated on 21 November 1958; financed with German federal government grants, worked under the umbrella organization "Wissenschaftliche Kommission zur Erforschung der deutsch-französischen Beziehungen" (Academic Commission on Franco-German Relations), based in Mainz; on 1 July 1964 it was renamed "German Historical Institute Paris" and turned into a dependent institution under the responsibility of the Federal Minister for Scientific Research; in 2002 the GHIP was incorporated into the Max Weber Foundation, an umbrella organization that unites ten partner institutions around the world)
    • found: Wikipedia, November 8, 2018German Historical Institutes (German: Deutsche Historische Institute (DHI); six independent adacemic research institutes of the Max Weber Foundation dedicated to the study of historical relations between Germany and the host countries in which they are based; Rome (established 1988), Paris (1958), London (1976), Washington DC (1987), Warsaw (1993), Moscow (2005))
    • found: Wikipedia, November 8, 2018(Max Weber Foundation (German: Max Weber Stiftung); a German humanities research organisation based in Bonn and funded by the German Federal Government; it is composed of ten independent institutes: six German Historical Institutes [all located in other countries]; German Forum for Art History Paris; German Institute for Japanese Studies (Tokyo); Orient-Institut Beirut; Orient-Institut Istanbul)
    • found: Max Weber Stiftung website, viewed November 8, 2018:Organisation (DHI Paris)
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    • 1981-11-20: new
    • 2018-11-10: revised
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