Race Hygiene and National Efficiency


 expand sectionI—  The Social, Professional, and Intellectual Origins of Schallmayer's Eugenics
 expand sectionII—  The Rationalization of Heredity and Selection:  Wilhelm Schallmayer and His First Eugenic Treatise
 expand sectionIII—  The Krupp Competition of 1900 and Schallmayer's Award-Winning Treatise
 expand sectionIV—  Continuity and Controversy:  Schallmayer's Defense of Eugenics
 expand sectionV—  Power through Population:  Schallmayer and Population Policy
  Epilogue:  Schallmayer, Aryan Racism, and the Logic of German Eugenics

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