Rainer Schulze

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Rainer Schulze
Rainer Schulze is a German historian, now resident in the UK.

He has taught Modern European History at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Birkbeck College London and Roehampton University, London. In 1955 he joined the University of Essex, where he is now a professor, specialising in the Holocaust. He is founding editor of The Holocaust in History and Memory, published by the University of Essex, and editor of Volume 4, The Pink Triangle: The Long shadow of the Nazi Persecution of Gay Men.[1]

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  1. Rainer Schulze, The Pink Triangle: The Long shadow of the Nazi Persecution of Gay Men. Volume 4 of The Holocaust in History and Memory. (University of Essex, 2011).