American Historical Review

"Seroanthropology was a branch of science that sought to identify race through blood. Paradoxically, it was neglected during the Third Reich by the Nazi government, which was keenly interested in being able to identify an individual’s race. Rachel E. Boaz’s book explains why.... Boaz’s book begs the question: is this an example of science and medicine trumping ideology? Did Nazi officials, despite being obsessed with the racial sorting of people under their control, reject blood type research because it was not rigorous science?"
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Rachel E. Boaz
$75.00 / €65.00 / £60.00
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