Table of contents for From racism to genocide : anthropology in the Third Reich / Gretchen E. Schafft.


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Contents
 
 Preface
 Abbreviations
 Introduction
 1. The Jews of the Tarnów Ghetto
 2. Anthropology in Germany before the Second World War: The
 Kaiser Wilhelm Institute
 3. The Rise of Hitler and His Embrace of Anthropology
 4. The Discovery in the Smithsonian
 5. Population Selection and Relocation in the Midst of War
 6. Anthropology and Medicine in the Third Reich
 7. The End of the War and the Aftermath
 8. Race and Racism
 9. Professional Denial, Civic Denial, and a Responsible
 Anthropology
 Epilogue
 Appendixes
 1. Anthropologists' Activities in the Third Reich
 2. Chronology of the Third Reich
 Bibliography
 Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Anthropology Germany History 20th century, Racism in anthropology Germany History 20th century, Anthropometry Germany History 20th century, Eugenics Germany History 20th century, Anthropological ethics Germany History 20th century, National socialism Germany History, National Anthropological Archives History Sources, Institut fur Deutsche Ostarbeit (Krakow, Poland) History Sources, Germany History 1933-1945, Germany Politics and government 1933-1945, World War, 1939-1945 Collaborationists Germany