A history of the agricultural sciences in Nazi Germany is presented in this book. The book analyzes scientific practice under the Nazi regime, Nazi agricultural policy and autarkic strategies, and the expansion policy in Eastern Europe. It offers new insights into the Auschwitz concentration camp and new perspectives on the cooperation between German elite scientists and the Nazi regime. The book goes on to dismiss the assumption that qArian physicsq were typical for Nazi Germany.Although research at the Institute for the Science of Agricultural Work only began during the war, the subjects it tackled ... And this did become the focus of the institutea#39;s work in Dortmund. ... This included, for examples, experiments with the wearing of gas masks.296 At the formal opening of the generously-equipped new anbsp;...
|Title||:||Plant Breeding and Agrarian Research in Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institutes 1933-1945|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-03-27|