Kleine Reihe Villa Hügel

published by the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach-Stiftung


for sale in the Main House of the Villa Hügel


Renate Köhne-Lindenlaub: The Villa Hügel. An Entrepreneur's Residence in the Course of Time, 2nd edition, Berlin/Munich 2020
With her highly detailed knowledge, historian and archivist Renate Köhne-Lindenlaub tells the story of a house that was always more than just a residence and refuge for the Krupp family. The Villa Hügel in Essen has become a symbol of German industrialisation.
Stephen Pielhoff/Waltraud Murauer-Ziebach: Im Hause Krupp. Die Bediensteten der Villa Hügel (At Home with the Krupps. The Servants at Villa Hügel), Berlin/Munich 2016 (German only)
The authors retrace the lives of the servants and recount stories of their day-to-day work and chores, conflicts, and upheavals. Thanks to the extensive and unparalleled records of the Krupp Historical Archive, readers are able to see what everyday life was like in an haute bourgeois household in the German Empire and up to the Second World War.
Christa Hasselhorst: Der Park der Villa Hügel (The Park at the Villa Hügel), Berlin/Munich 2009 (German only)
A ‘green treasure trove’ would be one way of describing the park at the Villa Hügel in Essen. This richly illustrated book invites readers on a multifaceted stroll through the past and the present, repeatedly intersecting with the story of the Krupp family of industrialists.
Ralf Stremmel: Historisches Archiv Krupp. Entwicklungen, Aufgaben, Bestände (The Krupp Historical Archive. Developments, Tasks, Holdings), 3rd edition, Berlin/Munich 2015 (German only)
The Krupp Historical Archive, established in 1905, is the oldest business archive in Germany. The author covers its history from the beginnings of the archive up to the present day and presents its contents – which encompass much more than balance sheets and annual reports. From very early on, the Krupp enterprise also ventured into the fields of culture, science and politics.