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|ISBN:||0415932955 9780415932950 0415931215 9780415931212|
|Notes:||Originally published: 2001
|Contents:||Part I: Beyond a White German Past Introduction: Black Germany During the Nazi Era: The Undiscovered Country Chapter 1: "Look, a Negro": Structuring Black Marginality in Nazi Germany Part II: Blackness Before Hitler Chapter 2: Aryan Negrophobia: a Epigrammatic History of Black-German Encounters Chapter 3: Soldiers of Misfortune, Children of Misfortune: Black Troops and the Race Question in Pre-Nazi Germany Part III: "The Worst That You Can Imagine": Blacks and Nazism Chapter 4: Hiter's Black dilemmas: The Fact of Blackness Under Nazism Chapter 5: Made in America: The Nazi Sterilization Program Against Blacks in Germany Chapter 6: Behind the Wire: Black Captives of Nazism Chapter 7: Singing, Dancing, and Acting for Life: Blacks and the Nazi Propaganda Machines Chapter 8: No "Neger Musik": Blacks, Jews, and the Nazi War on Jazz Chapter 9: Punched Out and Overran: Black Athletes' Defeat of Nazism Chapter 10: From the Unknown Underground: Blacks in Resistance Movement Part IV: Black Skins, German Masks: Blackness in Contemporary Germany Chapter 11: European (Dis)Union: Racism in Contemporary Europe Chapter 12: Breathing While Black: Linking the German Racial Past with the Present|
|Series Title:||Crosscurrents in African American history|
In its attention to almost the full span of the black history in Germany [Lusane's] book comprises the most inclusive study of the black experience to date, bringing together materials hitherto only