Dr. Dimitrios K. Apostolopoulos is a Senior Researcher at the Modern Greek History Research Centre of the Academy of Athens.

He was born in Athens in 1978 and graduated in International and European Studies from the Political Sciences and Public Administration Department of the Athens Law School, as well as in German Studies from the Department of German Language and Literature of the University of Athens.

He holds a Ph.D. from the History Department of the Technische Universität Berlin in the field of Modern and Contemporary History (2004) and completed Post-Doctoral research at the University of Athens (2008).

He has worked as a lecturer at the Hellenic Open University, the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens, the National Center of Public Administration, the Hellenic Army Academy and as a scientific assistant at the National Defense Politics and International Relations General Directorate of the Greek Ministry of Defense. 

He has participated in various scientific conferences and has published a book on Greek-German Postwar Relations (original title: Die griechisch-deutschen Nachkriegsbeziehungen. Historische Hypothek und moralischer “Kredit”, Peter Lang 2004), as well as a number of articles on modern and contemporary history in specific journals and collective volumes.



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