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Tables of Contents for Biologists Under Hitler
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Foreword
ix
 
Benno Muller-Hill
Acknowledgments
xvii
 
Introduction
1
9
The Expulsion and Emigration of Scientists, 1933--1939
10
49
A Brief Summary of Legal Measures
10
5
``Non-Aryan'' Dismissals and Emigrations
15
8
Political Dismissals and Emigrations
23
2
The Impact of the Expulsion of Biologists on Research in Germany
25
5
Viktor Hamburger and Johannes Holtfreter: The Expulsion of Two Eminent Experimental Embryologists
30
8
Dismissed Biologists Able to Continue Their Work in Germany
38
2
Karl von Frisch, the Mischling, and the Solidarity of His Collegues
40
8
The Return of Emigre Biologists to Scientific Institutes in Germany after 1945
48
2
Wiedergutmachung in Public and Civil Service
50
2
Gerta von Ubisch: The Emigration and Return of a Professor
52
7
NSDAP Membership, Careers, and Research Funding
59
73
NSDAP Membership
61
3
The Significance of NSDAP Membership for Habilitation and Appointments
64
8
The Chair in Zoology in Munster, 1935--1937
72
2
``German Biology'': The Example of Ernst Lehmann
74
15
The Notgemeinschaft (Emergency Association) of German Science, the German Research Association, and the Reich Research Council under National Socialism
89
5
Funding for Biological Projects by the DFG and the RFR, 1933--1945, and the Significance of NSDAP Membership
94
3
Research Funding for Biologists at Universities and Kaiser Wilhelm Institutes
97
2
Research Funding and the Quality of Research
99
5
Funding according to Individuals and Specialities
104
1
The Political and Ideological Background to Research Funding
105
27
The Content and Result of Research at Universities
132
74
Botany
133
17
Zoology
150
29
Konrad Lorenz, Ethology, and National Socialist Racial Doctrine
179
27
The Content and Result of Research at Kaiser Wilhelm Institutes
206
45
The KWI for Biology, Berlin-Dahlem
206
4
The Division for Virus Research of the KWIs for Biology and Biochemistry, Berlin-Dahlem
210
4
The KWI for Cultivated Plant Research, Tuttenhof
214
4
The KWI for Breeding Research (Erwin Baur Institute), Muncheberg
218
1
The Genetics Department of the KWI for Brain Research, Berlin-Buch
219
8
The KWI for Biophysics, Frankfurt
227
2
The Department of Hereditary Pathology of the KWI for Anthropology, Human Genetics, and Eugenics, Berlin-Dahlem: The Example of Hans Nachtsheim
229
22
Scientific Research by the SS
251
26
The Scientific Interests of Heinrich Himmler
251
3
The SS Research and Teaching Society Das Ahnenerbe
254
4
Heinz Brucher at the Ahnenerbe's Institute for Plant Genetics, Lannach
258
6
Eduard May at the Ahnenerbe's Entomological Institute, Dachau
264
5
SS Research at the University of Jena: Gerhard Heberer, Human Origins, and the Nordic Race
269
8
Research to Develop Biological Weapons
277
13
The Working Group Blitzableiter
278
4
Biological Warfare Research under Deputy Reich Physician Fuhrer Kurt Blome
282
8
Aftereffects of National Socialism
290
28
The RFR and the DFG after 1945
290
4
The Effects of National Socialism on the Development of Molecular Genetics in Germany
294
24
Conclusion
318
1
Expulsion and Emigration
319
2
Science in Nazi Germany: Ideology and Scientific Reality
321
5
Continuity and Freedom of Research under National Socialism and in the Soviet Union under Stalin
326
7
Epilogue
333
4
Appendix A: Career Information
337
38
Appendix B: Biologists in the Study
375
4
Abbreviations
379
2
Notes
381
42
Sources
423
34
Index
457