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

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Contents
Acknowledgments
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
Notes
German Archives and Periodicals Consulted
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

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