Archive Collection icon Archive Collection: Hermann C. Hillman papers

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Title: Hermann C. Hillman papers

Level: Collection 

Classmark: MS 1534

Creator(s): Hillmann, Hermann C

Date: c.1935-c.1945

Main language: English; German

Size and medium: 10 boxes, containing manuscript and typescript

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/7084 

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Description

Includes intelligence reports, notes, correspondence, pamphlets, books, parliamentary papers, and offprints.

Administrative or biographical history

H.C. Hillmann left Germany in the 1930s and worked in the Foreign Office Research Department during World War II as an expert on German economic affairs. In 1948 he became a lecturer in the School of Economic Studies at the University of Leeds. He retired in 1976.

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