Rolf-Dieter Müller (born 9 December 1948) is a German military historian and political scientist, who has served as Scientific Director of the German Armed Forces Military History Research Office since 1999.
|Born||9 December 1948|
|Occupation||Historian, author, editor|
|Institutions||German Armed Forces Military History Research Office|
|Main interests||Modern European history, military history, historiography|
|Notable works||Germany and the Second World War|
Hitler's War in the East 1941−1945
Müller, in cooperation with German journalist Rudibert Kunz, is known for being the first historian to write about the use of chemical weapons in the Rif War in a 1999 book titled Giftgas Gegen Abd El Krim: Deutschland, Spanien und der Gaskrieg in Spanisch-Marokko, 1922-1927.
Müller was one of the lead researchers on the seminal work Germany and the Second World War.
- Germany and the Second World War (contributor)
- Hitler's War in the East 1941−1945: A Critical Assessment (1997)
- The Unknown Eastern Front: The Wehrmacht and Hitler's Foreign Soldiers
- Rolf-Dieter Müller (1990). Giftgas Gegen Abd El Krim: Deutschland, Spanien und der Gaskrieg in Spanisch-Marokko, 1922-1927 (in German). Rombach. ISBN 3-7930-0196-2.
References and notes
- "Müller, Rolf-Dieter". perlentaucher.de. Retrieved 2007-04-20.