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Jean-François Caron

Nazis’ eugenics policies. It is from this perspective that Robert L. Sinsheimer argues: ‘[t]he old eugenics would have required a continual selection for breeding of the fit, and a culling of the unfit. The new eugenics would permit in principle the conversion of all the unfit to the highest genetic level’ (Sinsheimer, 1992 , p. 145). This thesis has been subjected to numerous criticisms, as the line

in A theory of the super soldier
Jenny Andersson

. 28 Berman, S., 1998 , The social democratic moment , Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA; Trägårdh 2002b. 29 A new generation of Swedish historians have brought out the darker side of the people’s home in terms of eugenics and social discipline. Very little of this has reached

in Between growth and security
Vicky Randall

Philology in the Nineteenth Century ( Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press , 1992 ); Leon Poliakov , Aryan Myth: A History of Racist and Nationalist Ideas in Europe ( New York : Basic Books , 1971 ); Dan Stone , Breeding Superman: Nietzsche, Race and Eugenics in Edwardian and Interwar Britain ( Liverpool : Liverpool University Press , 2002 ); Trautmann, Aryans and British India ; and George Mosse , Towards the Final Solution: A History of European Racism ( New York : Howard Fertig , 1978 ). 13 Trautmann, Aryans and British India , p. 14

in History, empire, and Islam
A programme for the teaching of history in the post- national era
Thomas Adam

variants, Transnational History considers history as a universal and global project. Transnational History is based upon the fundamental belief that humans live in an interconnected world. Instead of researching and writing the history of a particular phenomenon such as eugenics within the confines of a given nation state, Transnational History encourages historians to follow a particular phenomenon wherever it leads us. This approach not only unearths the hidden connections and exchanges that occurred below the level of nation states in the past, but it also prevents

in The TransAtlantic reconsidered