German Press Responses to Anti-Jewish Violence in Germany and Russia (1881-1882)
9 Acknowledgments For generous institutional support, I thank the graduate school at UCL and the Georges and Jenny Bloch Foundation. I am indebted to Manfred Pankratz at the microfilm archive of the German-speaking press in Dortmund who helped me find the material I needed and to the British Library, the German Historical Insti- tute in London, the Wiener Library in London, Durham University Library, and the Zentralbibliothek in Zurich and the staff at each of them. I wish to thank the many people who have contributed to the writing of this book, in particular the late Professor John D. Klier without whose support and encouragement it would never have been written. His untimely death has de- prived Eastern European History of a brilliant mind, wonderful teacher and ex- ceptional human being. His invaluable advice and incisive comments were a constant source of inspiration when this study was first conceived as a doctoral dissertation at University College, London. In discussions, both face to face as well as virtual, I have benefited from the ideas and advice of Professor Richard J. Evans, Professor David Saunders, and Professor Christhard Hoffmann. I owe a special debt of gratitude to Professor Heiko Haumann who read the whole manuscript at an earlier stage and offered important constructive criticism and detailed scholarly comments. Some of the ideas and arguments developed in this book have been tested in seminar groups and conferences at University College London and the University of Bremen as well as in the History Departments...
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