Legal Notice


Institut für Zeitgeschichte München-Berlin
Leonrodstrasse 46 b
80636 Munich

Phone: +49 89 12688-0
Fax: +49 89 12688-191
e-Mail: ifz[at]

The Leibniz Institute for Contemporary History [Institut für Zeitgeschichte (IfZ)] located in Munich, Germany is a national research institution having the legal status of a publicly endowed foundation.

Authorized to represent

Director Prof. Dr. Andreas Wirsching

Supervisory authority

Bavarian State Ministry of Sciences and the Arts, Salvatorstraße 2, 80333 München, Germany

Value added tax identification number (Umsatzsteuer-Identifikationsnummer gemäß § 27 a Umsatzsteuergesetz)

DE 129521181

Editorial staff (Inhaltlich Verantwortlicher gemäß § 18 Absatz 2 MStV [Medienstaatsvertrag vom 14.–28. April 2020])

Albert A. Feiber M. A.

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