Daniel Hedinger teaches at the history department of the LMU, Munich. Specialising in Modern East Asian and European History, his current work focuses on the Second World War in global and transimperial perspectives. He recently completed a monograph on global fascism and the history of the Tokyo–Rome–Berlin Axis (Die Achse. Berlin – Rom – Tokio, 1919–1946, CH. Beck, 2021). Publications include “Transimperial History. Connectivity, Cooperation, and Competition” (with Nadin Heé, JMEH 2018), “The German and Japanese Empires. Great Power Competition and the World Wars in Transimperial Perspective“, (with Moritz von Brescius, in: Bang/Bayly/Scheidel, The Oxford World History of Empire (2020), “The Imperial Nexus: The Second World War and the Axis in Global Perspective” (JGH, 2017), “The Spectacle of Global Fascism: The Italian Blackshirt Mission to Japan’s Asian Empire” (MAS, 2017) and “A Global Conspiracy? The Berlin–Tokyo–Rome Axis on Trial and its Impact on the Historiography of the Second World War” (JMEH, 2016).
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