Thomas Prinz

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  • Mode, Mord und Models, Düsseldorf 1995, ISBN   3-612-25109-0.
  • Ankunft in Bukarest, Cologne 2000, ISBN   3-920862-63-5.
  • Abschied von Jakarta, Cologne 2001, ISBN   3-920862-34-1.
  • Der Unterhändler der Hanse: Ein Hansekrimi, Hamburg 2005, Re-issued version 2012, ISBN   3-434-52815-6.
  • Das Silber der Ostsee: Ein Hansekrimi, Hamburg 2006, ISBN   978-3-434-52820-3.
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    Thomas Prinz has five children. [1]

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    Thomas Prinz
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    Director General of the German Institute Taipei
    In office
    July 30, 2018 (2018-07-30) [1]  July 2021 [2]