Table of contents for How green were the Nazis? : nature, environment, and nation in the Third Reich / edited by Franz-Josef Brüggemeier, Mark Cioc, and Thomas Zeller.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction, Franz-Josef Br¿ggemeier, Mark Cioc, Thomas Zeller	1
1. Legalizing a Volksgemeinschaft: Nazi Germany's Reich Nature Protection Law of 1935, 
Charles Closmann	000
2. "Eternal Forest-Eternal Volk": The Rhetoric and Reality of National Socialist Forest Policy, 
Michael Imort	000
3. "It Shall Be the Whole Landscape!": The Reich Nature Protection Law and Regional Planning 
in the Third Reich, Thomas Lekan	000
4. Polycentrism in Full Swing: Air Pollution Control in Nazi Germany, Frank Uek¿tter	000
5. Breeding Pigs and People for the Third Reich: Richard Walther Darr¿'s Agrarian Ideology, 
Gesine Gerhard	000
6. Molding the Landscape of Nazi Environmentalism: Alwin Seifert and the Third Reich, 
Thomas Zeller	000
7. Martin Heidegger, National Socialism, and Environmentalism, Thomas Rohkr¿mer	000
8. Blood or Soil? The V¿lkisch Movement, the Nazis, and the Legacy of Geopolitik, Mark Bassin	000
9. Violence as the Basis of National Socialist Landscape Planning in the "Annexed Eastern 
Areas," Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn	000
Glossary	000
Selected Bibliography	000
Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Environmental policy -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Germany -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945.
Green movement -- History -- 20th century.