The “United Nations” of Eastern-European émigrés
Transatlantic institutions organizing German-American elite networking since the early 1950s
Voice of exiled Bulgarians and peasant activists
Translating and analyzing political regimes between America and Germany
Providing Aid to Exiles and Cold War Propaganda for the United States
Economist between continents and disciplines
Creating a transatlantic cultural community between intelligence and intelligentsia
Russian-born scholar of Soviet history in Cold War America
Legal scholar between Europe and the Americas
Legal scholar and creator of the term "genocide"
<em>The Rotarian,</em> February 1950
Historian, humanitarian socialist, and activist intellectual
<em>The Victoria Advocate</em>, October 5, 1959
<em>The St. Petersburg Times</em>, August 1, 1943
Transatlantic commuter and mediator
Transatlantic Perspectives is a four year research project that explores the role of European migrants in transatlantic exchange processes during the mid-twentieth century.
The project is funded largely through a grant from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung).
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