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Complete collection of research materials of the Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe – Institute of the Leibniz Association
The Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe - Institute of the Leibniz Association is home to an extensive and diverse range of collections relating to East Central Europe, including a library with a music and press collection together with an image archive and a document and...
Herder Fellowship for doctoral candidates and postdocs
A scholarship for intensive source research in the scientific collections of the Marburg Herder Institute for Historical Research on Eastern Central Europe, an institute of the Leibniz Association.
Research fellowship | Support of conferences
Herder Fellowship for experts in historical research on East Central Europe
A research fellowship for proven experts who can carry out their research project for up to three months directly at the Herder Institute for Research on Eastern Central Europe in Marburg.
Scientific infrastructure facility | Research institute
Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe
The Marburg Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe - Institute of the Leibniz Association (HI) is one of the central non-university infrastructure and research institutions for historical research on East Central Europe in Germany.
In the Enemy's Viewfinder – German photo-journalists in occupied Warsaw 1939-1945
During World War II, around 700,000 residents of Warsaw lost their lives. Almost the whole Jewish population was murdered. By 1945, Warsaw had become a ruined and almost deserted city. The photographs on show come from observations through the “Enemy's Viewfinder”, that is, through the lenses of...
Longing for the Faraway in the People's Republic of Poland
100 pictures by an important German-Polish photographer. For many decades, Stefan Arczyński documented rural and urban life in post-war Poland.
Mazurka f-minor op. 4
Karol Mikuli (music) / Denise Maurer (piano)