Klaus Bachmann

Klaus Dieter Bachmann (born 1963, in Bruchsal), journalist, writer, historian and political scientist, author of books and writings on German, Austrian and Polish culture, history and politics, as well as on the European Union and German-Polish as well as Polish-Ukrainian relations. In 1988, Bachmann settled in Poland and began to write on a regular basis for various Austrian and German newspapers and weeklies (''Die Presse'', ''Falter'', ''Die Tageszeitung''), reporting on the revolutionary and evolutionary political, economic, social and cultural changes in the post-Soviet bloc countries. Since 1989, he worked as the accredited foreign correspondent based in Poland, and also from 1992, in Kyiv, Minsk and Vilnius. During the mid-1990s he wrote for a Berlin daily, ''Der Tagesspiegel'', for ''Die Stuttgarter Zeitung'', ''Die Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung'', and also for Polish mainstream newspapers and weeklies (''Rzeczpospolita'', ''Polityka'', and ''Tygodnik Powszechny''). Provided by Wikipedia

by Bachmann, Klaus
Published 2018
Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group