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The Nazi connection : eugenics, American racism, and German national socialism

Autor: Stefan Kühl
Editora: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 1994.
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When Hitler published Mein Kampf in 1924, he held up a foreign law as a model for his program of racial purification: The U.S. Immigration Restriction Act, which prohibited the immigration of those with hereditary illnesses and entire ethnic groups. When the Nazis took power in 1933, they installed a program of eugenics - the attempted "improvement" of the population through forced sterilization and marriage  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: History
Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Kühl, Stefan.
Nazi connection.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1994
(OCoLC)622789861
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Stefan Kühl
ISBN: 0195082605 9780195082609 0195149785 9780195149784
Número OCLC: 27935541
Descrição: xviii, 166 p ; 24 cm.
Conteúdos: Introduction --
1: New scientific racism --
2: German-American relations within the international eugenics movement before 1933 --
3: International context: the support of Nazi race policy through the international eugenics movement --
4: From disciple to model: sterilization in Germany and the United States --
5: American eugenicists in Nazi Germany --
6: Science and racism: the influence of different concepts of race on attitudes toward Nazi race policies --
8: Influence of Nazi race policies on the transformation of eugenics in the United States --
8: Reception and function of American support in Nazi Germany --
9: Temporary end of the relations between German and American eugenicists --
Conclusion --
Notes --
References --
Index.
Responsabilidade: Stefan Kühl.
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In 1933, the Nazis installed a programme of eugenics that consciously drew on the US Restriction Act of 1924, which prohibited the immigration of those with hereditary illnesses and entire ethnic  Ler mais...

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