William W. Hagen

William W. Hagen (born 1942) is a historian and professor of history at the University of California-Davis.

Hagen's focus is on modern European history, primarily in relation to Germany and Eastern Europe. He obtained his B.A. from Harvard University and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. Starting as assistant professor in 1970, [http://www.countrybookstore.co.uk/authorsatoz/authordet.phtml?name=Hagen,%20William%20W.] he became associate professor of history in 1977 and professor of history in 1981. From 1992-1998, Hagen served as director of the ''UC Davis Center for History, Society, and Culture''. In 1996, he served as president of the ''Conference Group for Central European History'' (American Historical Association). Provided by Wikipedia

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by von Hagen, William
Published 2006
Apress

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by Von Hagen, William
Published 2010
Wiley

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by Von Hagen, William
Published 2009
Wiley Pub.

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by Von Hagen, William
Published 2007
Wiley Pub.

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by Von Hagen, William
Published 2006
O'Reilly Verlag

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by Von Hagen, William
Published 2008
Wiley Pub.

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by Wall, Kurt, Hagen, William
Published 2004
Apress

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by Jones, Brian K.
Published 2005
O'Reilly
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by Proffitt, Brian
Published 2002
Premier Press
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