The Link between the Rockefeller Foundation and Racial Hygiene in Nazi Germany.

Weintraub, Lia N.
2012

Tisch Library Undergraduate Research Award Winner, 2013. In the early twentieth century, many American elites embraced eugenics research as a way to counter the polluting effects of immigration to the United States. Research facilities sprung up around the country positing theories about racial hygiene. At the same time, Germany plunged into a depression caused by the harsh reparations it receiv... read more

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Eugenics--Germany--History--20th century.
Germany--Race relations--History--20th century.
Germany--History--1933-1945.
Tufts University. Department of History.
Tisch Library--Awards.
Rockefeller Foundation.
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