Politics and Science in Wartime: Comparative International Perspectives on the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute
Carola Sachse, Mark Walker
University of Chicago Press, 2005 - History - 310 pages
Politics and Science in Wartime brings together a team of internationally known scholars who compare science and its practices in the Third Reich to that in other wartime nations. Their nuanced conclusions on topics ranging from scientific mobilization and purges to the ethics of scientific practice offer new perspectives on science under extreme political conditions.
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