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  1. Fritz Fischer ( Ludwigsstadt, Baviera; 5 de marzo de 1908 – 1 de diciembre de 1999) fue un historiador alemán, principalmente conocido por su análisis de las causas de la Primera Guerra Mundial . Biografía Era hijo de un inspector de ferrocarriles.

  2. Fritz Ernst Fischer (5 October 1912 – 2003) was a Nazi German medical doctor who performed medical atrocities on inmates of the Ravensbrück concentration camp. He was tried and convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity in the 1947 Doctors' Trial; he was sentenced to life imprisonment, but his sentence was commuted to 15 ...

  3. Fritz Fischer may refer to: Fritz Fischer (historian) (1908–1999), German historian. Fritz Fischer (medical doctor) (1912–2003), Waffen-SS doctor. Fritz Fischer (biathlete) (born 1956), German biathlete. Fritz Fischer (physicist) (1898–1947), Swiss physicist.

  4. 1 de mar. de 2000 · A tribute to Fritz Fischer, a influential historian of modern Germany who died in 1999. He challenged the traditional view of Germany's role in World War I and II and advanced the Sonderweg thesis, the argument that Germany had a special path into the 20th century. He also influenced the historiography of the German Empire and the postwar politics of West Germany.

  5. Fritz Ernst Fischer (Berlín, 5 de octubre de 1912 - Ingelheim am Rhein, 2003) fue un médico alemán que participó en la experimentación nazi en seres humanos en prisioneros del campo de concentración de Ravensbrück.

  6. Fritz Fischer Topics world war i, european history Collection opensource Language English Germany's Aims in the First World War (German title: Griff nach der Weltmacht: Die Kriegzielpolitik des kaiserlichen Deutschland 1914–1918) is a book by German Historian Fritz Fischer.