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Professor Monica Black’s book awarded this year’s Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary History

Professor, Monica Black’s book, Death in Berlin, has been awarded this year’s Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary History.
This prize is awarded annually by the Wiener Library in London, one of the world’s leading and most extensive archives on the Holocaust and Nazi era, and is given to “an outstanding work of twentieth-century history in one of the Wiener Library’s fields of interest, i. e., the political history of Central and Eastern Europe; Jewish history; the two world wars; antisemitism; and the ideologies and movements of political extremism and totalitarianism.”

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