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Walter Schlesinger (April 28, 1908, Glauchau – June 10, 1984, Weimar-Wolfshausen, near Marburg) was a German historian of medieval social and economic institutions, particularly in the context of German regional history ("Landesgeschichte"). Schlesinger is widely recognized as one of the most influential and prolific scholars of medieval social history in the post-war period.

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  • Walter Friedrich Schlesinger (* 28. April 1908 in Glauchau; † 10. Juni 1984 in Wolfshausen, Gemeinde Weimar (Lahn)) war ein deutscher Historiker für Landes- und Verfassungsgeschichte. (de)
  • Walter Schlesinger (April 28, 1908, Glauchau – June 10, 1984, Weimar-Wolfshausen, near Marburg) was a German historian of medieval social and economic institutions, particularly in the context of German regional history ("Landesgeschichte"). Schlesinger is widely recognized as one of the most influential and prolific scholars of medieval social history in the post-war period. (en)
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  • Walter Friedrich Schlesinger (* 28. April 1908 in Glauchau; † 10. Juni 1984 in Wolfshausen, Gemeinde Weimar (Lahn)) war ein deutscher Historiker für Landes- und Verfassungsgeschichte. (de)
  • Walter Schlesinger (April 28, 1908, Glauchau – June 10, 1984, Weimar-Wolfshausen, near Marburg) was a German historian of medieval social and economic institutions, particularly in the context of German regional history ("Landesgeschichte"). Schlesinger is widely recognized as one of the most influential and prolific scholars of medieval social history in the post-war period. (en)
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  • Walter Schlesinger (de)
  • Walter Schlesinger (en)
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