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Occupied East. AMY CARNEY, Preserving the “Master Race”:
SS Reproductive and Family Policies during the Second World
War. GERALDIEN VON FRIJTAG DRABBE KU¨NZEL, Germanic
Brothers: The Dutch and the Germanization of the Occupied
East. TERJE EMBERLAND, Pure-Blooded Vikings and Peasants:
Norwegians in the Racial Ideology of the SS. STEFFEN
WERTHER, “Nordic-Germanic” Dreams and National Realities: A Case Study of the Danish Region of Sønderjulland, 1933–1945. THOMAS MAYER, Eugenics into Science: The Nazi
Period in Austria, 1938–1945. ELISABETTA CASSINA WOLFF, Biological Racism and Antisemitism as Intellectual Constructions in Italian Fascism: The Case of Telesio Interlandi and La difesa della razza. RORY YEOMANS, Eradicating “Undesired Elements”: National Regeneration and the Ustasha Regime’s
Program to Purify the Nation, 1941–1945. MARIUS TURDA, “If
Our Race Did Not Exist, It Would Have to Be Created”: Racial
Science in Hungary, 1940–1944. VLADIMIR SOLONARI, In the
Shadow of Ethnic Nationalism: Racial Science in Romania.
ANTON WEISS-WENDT, Building Hitler’s “New Europe”: Ethnography and Racial Research in Nazi-Occupied Estonia.
BJO¨RN M. FELDER, In Pursuit of Biological Purity: Eugenics and Racial Paradigms in Nazi-Occupied Latvia, 1941–1945.
WOLFGANG BIALAS, The Eternal Voice of the Blood: Racial
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KONRAD H. JARAUSCH, The Conundrum of Complicity: German Professionals and the Final Solution. HANS-CHRISTIAN
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Wilhelm Stuckart. ROBERT D. RACHLIN, Roland Freisler and the Volksgerichtshof: The Court as an Instrument of Terror.
RAPHAEL GROSS, Guilt, Shame, Anger, Indignation: Nazi Law and Nazi Morals. DOUGLAS G. MORRIS, Discrimination, Degradation, Defiance: Jewish Lawyers under Nazism. HARRY
REICHER, Evading Responsibility for Crimes against Humanity: Murderous Lawyers at Nuremberg. KENNETH F. LEDFORD,
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CLAUDE KABEMBA, The Democratic Republic of Congo: The
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Humanitarian Aspects of Interventions by the United Nations in Southern Africa. MICHAEL AARONSON, The Nigerian Civil
War and “Humanitarian Intervention.” CLAIRE LEIGH, Building State Effectiveness: Evolving Donor Approaches to Good
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