Table of contents for Laboratory for world destruction : Germans and Jews in Central Europe / Robert S. Wistrich.

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 Illustrations and Maps x 
 Acknowledgements xi 
 Introduction: 
 Jews and Antisemitism in Central European Culture 1 
PART 1: INTO THE CROSSFIRE 
1. The Ethnic Cauldron of the Habsburg Empire 31 
2. Adolf Fischof and the Tragedy of Liberalism 58 
3. Austro-Marxist Interpretations of the ¿Jewish Question¿ 82 
4. Rosa Luxemburg, Polish Socialism, and the Bund 100 
5. The Strange Odyssey of Nathan Birnbaum 119 
6. Max Nordau: From ¿Degeneration¿ to ¿Muscular Jewry¿ 155 
7. Friedrich Nietzsche, Germany, and the Jewish ¿Superman¿ 176 
PART 2: FROM HERZL TO HITLER 
8. Theodor Herzl: Artist, Politician, and Social Utopian 205 
9. In the Footsteps of the ¿King Messiah¿ 239 
10. The Last Testament of Dr. Sigmund Freud 258 
11. Stefan Zweig and the ¿World of Yesterday¿ 282 
12. Karl Kraus: An Anatomy of Self Hatred 304 
13. Karl Lueger and Catholic Judeophobia in Austria 325 
14. Adolf Hitler: The Making of an Antisemite 352 
 Selected Bibliography 382 
 Index 390 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jews -- Germany -- History -- 19th century.
Jews -- Germany -- History -- 20th century.
Jews -- Europe, Central -- History.
Antisemitism -- Germany.
Antisemitism -- Europe, Central.
Jews in public life -- Germany -- Biography.
Jews in public life -- Europe, Central -- Biography.
Germany -- Ethnic relations.
Europe, Central -- Ethnic relations.