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1819 Gesellschaft für ältere deutsche Geschichtskunde (Society for the Knowledge of Elder German History) editing the Monumenta Germaniae Historica
1825 Corpus Inscriptionum Graecarum (renamed in 1873: Corpus Inscriptionum Atticarum and in 1902 Inscriptiones Graecae)
1832 History seminar in Königsberg. Historisch-politische Zeitschrift (Historico-Political Journal)
1853 Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum (Theodor Mommsen)
1857 History seminars in Munich and Würzburg
1859 Historische Zeitschrift (Historical Journal)
1861–77 History seminars in the main German universities
1875 Central Office for Monumenta Germaniae Historica in Berlin (re-established in 1949 in Munich)
1887 Acta Borussica
1888 Historische Station (Historical Position), later Deutsches Historisches Institut (German Historical Institute) in Rome
1889 Deutsche Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft (German Review of Historical Sciences), titled Historische Vierteljahresschrift (Historical Quarterly) until 1937–38
1893 Historikertag (First Congress of Historians). Vierteljahresschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte (Social and Economic History Quarterly); Archiv für Kulturgeschichte (Archive for Cultural History); Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte (Archive for Reformation History)
1917 Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für deutsche Geschichte (KaiserWilhelm-Institute of German History), after the Second World War renamed Max-Planck-Institut für Geschichte (Max-Planck-Institute of History) in Göttingen
1920 Notgemeinschaft für die deutsche Wissenschaft (Emergency Association of German Science), later Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation), major funding body in the German scientific system
1931–45 Volksdeutsche Forschungsgemeinschaften (German Research Communities Abroad), network of research institutes and publication projects focused ethno-political history legitimating a policy of expansion
1935 Transformation of Monumenta Germaniae Historica into a Reichsinstitut für ältere deutsche Geschichtskunde (Empire Institute of Elder German History)
1950 Johann Gottfried Herder-Forschungsrat (Johann Gottfried Herder Research Council), until 1993 funded by the Federal Republic and in legal responsibility for the Herder-Institut in Marburg as well as for seven Commissions doing research on the historical development of regions which were part of the German Reich until 1945
1953 Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft (Journal for Historical Sciences) in the GDR
1953 Vierteljahresschrift für Zeitgeschichte (Contemporary History Quarterly) in the FRG
1958 Centre allemand de recherches historiques (German Centre of Historical Sciences, from 1964 onwards Deutsches Historisches Institut Paris – German Historical Institute in Paris)
1975 Geschichte und Gesellschaft (History and Society). Deutsches Historisches Institut (German Historical Institute) in London
1987 Deutsches Historisches Institut (German Historical Institute) in Washington
1989 Deutsches Historisches Institut (German Historical Institute) in Warsaw
1990-93 Fundamental reform of structures and personnel at all universities in the new Bundesländer
1991 Comparativ. Zeitschrift für Globalgeschichte (Comparative, Journal of Global History)
1993 Historische Anthropologie (Historical anthropology)
2005 Deutsches Historisches Institut (German Historical Institute) in Moscow

(References are included up to 2009)

Maps (left to right): German Bund 1830; German Reich 1878; West and East Germany 1955; Germany 2005. Digital Atlas of European Historiography. Ed. by Lutz Raphael, Niklas Alt, Michael Grün und Yvonne Rommelfanger. Trier 2019.

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