Editor-in-Chief Die Welt ret
Dr. Herbert Kremp, born August 12, 1928, studied (after his war service 1944/45) Political Science, History and Philosophy in Munich. Further studies in the US, Great Britain (with Prof. Arnold Toynbee). Dissertation on Toynbee, Spengler, Max Weber and the Filiation of Cultures. Second studies of National Economy in Frankfurt (Main). 1953 contributions to “Frankfurter Neue Press”, then sub-editor with “Rheinische Post”, Düsseldorf. 1959 Head of Department and Assistant Editor with “Der Tag” in Berlin. 1961 Correspondent of “Rheinische Post” in Bonn. 1963 Editor-in Chief of “Rheinische Post”. 1969 Editor-in-Chief DIE WELT. 1977 Correspondent in China and South East Asia. 1981 again Editor-in-Chief DIE WELT. 1985 Co-Publisher. 1987–1993 Chief Correspondent DIE WELT in Brussels: Nato and EU, European-American Relations. 1991 Correspondent in Gulf War. Since 1994, commentator for DIE WELT, Berliner Morgenpost, WELT am SONNTAG, BILD and B.Z. Berlin, Hamburger Abendblatt, and contributor to several journals. Books: „At the Bank of the Rubicon. A Political Anthropology” (Berlin, 1973). “The Bamboo Bridge. My Asiatic Diary” (Berlin 1980). “We Need Our History. Reflections on Germany” (Munich, 1988). “Memoirs of the Future. Germany 2050 – a Look Back” (Norderstedt, 2003). Extensive series in newspapers and contributions in magazines on China, South East Asia, Scandinavia, USA, Italy, Germany (new federal states), Terrorism, Military Strategy. The new book by Dr. Herbert Kremp: Memoirs of the Future. Germany 2050 – A Look Back.
Articles by Herbert Kremp
- Germany's "Angst" - can they get rid of?
- The Fukuyama Complex - Fixed Ideas and Imagination
- The new German Mentality: "Include me Out, please!"