Norman Domeier is Assistant Professor of Modern European History at the University of Stuttgart/Germany. He studied History, Political Science and Media and Communication in Göttingen, Cambridge and at the European University Institute in Florence/Italy.

The English edition of his Ph.D thesis, ‘The Eulenburg Affair. A Cultural History of Politics in the German Empire’, was published by Camden House in 2015. His second book project—the focus of his current work—looks at the relationship between foreign journalists and the Third Reich.

In February 2017 he discovered the secret deal between the Associated Press (AP) and Nazi Germany during the war years 1942-1945. First results are available here (English version under ‘Translation’)