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ChapterEugen Kogon in der frühen Bundesrepublik IV Hochschullehrer in den 1950er Jahren
Eugen Kogon was an influential intellectual during the post-war period. As the author of the first book about German concentration camps (he was a survivor of Buchenwald), the moderator of the TV show Panorama, and a co-founder of political science as an academic discipline in Germany, he put his personal stamp on West Germany. In his biographical study, Dennis Beismann explores for the first time Kogon’s thinking from 1949 to 1969.