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100 1  Georgescu, Tudor. 
245 14 The Eugenic Fortress :|bthe Transylvanian Saxon Experiment
       in Interwar Romania. 
260    Budapest :|bCentral European University Press,|c2016. 
300    1 online resource (290 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  CEU Press Studies in the History of Medicine ;|vv. 7 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 259-276) and 
       index. 
505 0  Series title page ; Title page ; copyright page ; Contents
       ; LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; LIST OF 
       ABBREVIATIONS; INTRODUCTION; i. Imagining a "Eugenic 
       Fortress": Fascist Who and Eugenic What?; ii. Exclusions; 
       iii. Unpacking the Past; CHAPTER I. Locating and Defining 
       the Transylvanian Saxon Eugenic Discourse; i. Heinrich 
       Siegmund and the Origins of Saxon Eugenics; ii. Saxon 
       Racial Anthropology between Berlin and Vienna; iii. The 
       "Child Enthusiast" Alfred Csallner; iv. Fritz Fabritius's 
       Self-Help, from "Building Society" to Rebuilding Society. 
505 8  V. Wilhelm Schunn's National Neighborhoods and Honorary 
       GiftsCHAPTER II. Assessing the Dysgenic Crisis: Key 
       Concepts and Theses in Alfred Csallner's Definition of 
       Saxon Degeneration; i. The Lost Children: Family Planning 
       and the Demographic Collapse; ii. The Quality Question: 
       The Nation's Hereditarily "Best" under Threat of 
       Extinction; iii. Emigration: The Loss of Saxon Hereditary 
       Substance; iv. Mixed Marriages: The End of Racial 
       Distinctiveness; v. Lebensraum: Of "Foreign Invaders," 
       Saxon Employers, and Society's Scourges, Alcohol and 
       Tobacco. 
505 8  CHAPTER III. Alfred Csallner in Search of Eugenic 
       Solutions and Institutional Meansi. Eugenic Missionaries: 
       Visions of Priests Old and New; ii. Csallner's Population 
       Policy Proposals and the Church; iii. Going It Alone: The 
       Society of Child Enthusiasts, 1927-30; iv. The Self-Help 
       Race Office, 1932-35; v. The Reinvention of the Race 
       Office as National Department for Statistics, Population 
       Policy, and Genealogy, 1935-38; vi. The National Office 
       for Statistics and Genealogy and Its Six Departments, 1938
       -41. 
505 8  CHAPTER IV. Fascist Visions of a Eugenic Fortress: The 
       Self-Help's Origins and Rise to Power, 1922-33i. Fritz 
       Fabritius and the Origins of Saxon Fascism; ii. Early 
       Development, 1922-29; iii. Expansion and Radicalization, 
       1929-32; iv. The NSDR Victorious, 1932-33; CHAPTER V. 
       Saxon Fascism in Power, 1933-40; i. The Self-Help's 
       Various Forms and Formats, 1933-34; ii. War and Peace: The
       National Community of Germans in Romania, 1935-40; iii. 
       The Mighty Pen: The 1935 National Programof Germans in 
       Romania. 
505 8  Iv. Building a Bristling Eugenic Fortress, One 
       Neighborhood at a Time: Wilhelm's Schunn's National 
       Neighborhoods, 1933-40CHAPTER VI. 1940 and Everything 
       After; CONCLUSIONS; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX OF NAMES; INDEX OF
       PLACES. 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    The ever growing library on the history of eugenics and 
       fascism focuses largely on nation states, while this 
       monograph asks why an ethnic minority, the Transylvanian 
       Saxons, turned to eugenics as a means of self-empowerment 
       in interwar Romania. The Eugenic Fortress investigates and
       unpacks the eugenic movement that emerged in the early 
       twentieth century, and focuses on its conceptual and 
       methodological evolution during the interwar period. 
       Further on, the book analyzes the gradual process of 
       politicisation and radicalisation at the hands of a second
       generation of Saxon eugenicists in conjuncti. 
588 0  Print version record. 
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650  0 Eugenics|zRomania|xHistory|y20th century. 
650  0 Fascism|zRomania|xHistory|y20th century. 
651  7 Romania.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01205085 
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776 08 |iPrint version:|aGeorgescu, Tudor.|tEugenic Fortress : 
       The Transylvanian Saxon Experiment in Interwar Romania.
       |dBudapest : Central European University Press, ©2016
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