When biology became destiny: women in Weimar and Nazi Germany

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Monthly Review Press, 1984 - Social Science - 364 pages
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User Review  - Robert J. Howe - Goodreads

A clear-eyed look at the origins of Mother's Day, among other topics. Renata Bridenthal was one of my history professors at Brooklyn College, and her essay (with Claudia Koonz), “Beyond Kinder, Küche, Kirche: Weimar Women in Politics and Work,” leads off the book. Read full review

Review: When Biology Became Destiny

User Review  - Robert J. Howe - Goodreads

A clear-eyed look at the origins of Mother's Day, among other topics. Renata Bridenthal was one of my history professors at Brooklyn College, and her essay (with Claudia Koonz), “Beyond Kinder, Küche, Kirche: Weimar Women in Politics and Work,” leads off the book. Read full review

Contents

Women in Weimar and Nazi Germany
1
The Bremen Morality Scandal
87
Mothers Day in the Weimar Republic
131
Copyright

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