Meine vier Leben : Gedächtniskünstler, Emigrant, Jakobinerforscher, Demokrat / Walter Grab.
The archive contains letters, reviews of his books, and materials collected for his works.
Walter Grab Archive
Archive of Walter Grab
ארכיון ולטר גרב
Arc. 4* 1958 Walter Grab Archive, Archives Department, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem
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Walter Grab (Vienna 1919 - Tel Aviv 2000) was an Israeli historian in the field of democratic movements in 19th century Germany. He was professor of German history at the Tel Aviv University and founder of the Minerva Center for German History at this university.
Language note/הערת שפה: Most of the materials are in German, some items in English and few in Hebrew.
Walter Grab Archive
Arc. 4* 1958
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