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Prof. Dr. Edgar Hösch, born in 1935 in Aschaffenburg, is a former tenured professor of East and Southeast European History at the University of Munich.  He is the author of numerous publications, including “A History of the Balkan Lands” (1968), “Orthodoxy and Heresy in Old Russia” (1975) and “The Culture of the Eastern Slavs” (1977).

Dr. Hans-Jürgen Grabmüller, born in 1948 in Grassau, was a research assistant at the University of Munich's Institute for East and Southeast European History for a number of years.  He is the author of publications in the field of medieaval Russian history, including “The Chronicles of Pskov” (1975).

 
   

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