Table of contents for Turning to nature in Germany : hiking, nudism, and conservation, 1900-1940 / John A. Williams.

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Introduction: The Ideology of Naturism in Early Twentieth-Century Germany
Part I	Socialists and Nature
1	"The Body Demands Its Rights": The Workers' Nudist Movement
2	Social Hiking: The Naturfreunde Movement 
Part II: Youth Hiking
3	The Roots of Organized Youth Hiking: Wanderv¿gel, Youth Cultivators, and Moral Panic, 1900-1915
4	Between Authority and Freedom: Youth Cultivation Through Hiking, 1916-1928
5 	The Assault on Youth Hiking, 1929-1940
Part III	The Conservation Movement
6	From Preserving to Planning Nature: The Bourgeois Conservationists
Conclusion: The Cultural Appropriation of Nature from the Kaiserreich to the Third Reich
List of Abbreviations
German Archives and Periodicals Consulted

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social movements -- Germany -- History.
Hiking -- Germany -- History.
Nudism -- Germany -- History.
Nature conservation -- Germany -- History.