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Teschler-Nicola, Maria. Volksdeutsche and Racial Anthropology in Interwar Vienna. The "Marienfeld Project"." Blood and Homeland. Eugenics and Racial Nationalism in Central and Southeast Europe 1900-1940. Eds. Marius Turda, and Paul Weindling. Budapest/New York 2006. 55-82.
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Weindling, Paul. Gebrochene Lebenswege. Erfahrungen medizinischer Flüchtlinge in Großbritannien und weiteren Ländern." Emigrantenschicksale: Einfluss der jüdischen Emigranten auf Sozialpolitik und Wissenschaft in den Aufnahmeländern. Eds. Albrecht Scholz, and Caris-Petra Heidel. Frankfurt am Main 2004. 9-18.
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Czech, Herwig. From Welfare to Selection. Vienna's Public Health Office and the Implementation of Racial Hygiene Policies under the Nazi Regime." Blood and Homeland. Eugenics and Racial Nationalism in Central and Southeast Europe 1900-1940. Eds. Marius Turda, and Paul Weindling. Budapest/New York 2006. 317-333.
Berner, Margit. From "Prisoners of War Studies" to Proof of Paternity. Racial Anthropologists and the Measuring of "Others" in Austria." Blood and Homeland. Eugenics and Racial Nationalism in Central and Southeast Europe 1900-1940. Eds. Marius Turda, and Paul Weindling. Budapest/New York 2006. 41-53.
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Simunek, Michal. Eugenics, Social Genetics and Racial Hygiene. Plans for the Scientific Regulation of Human Heredity in the Czech Lands, 1900-1925." Blood and Homeland. Eugenics and Racial Nationalism in Central and Southeast Europe 1900-1940. Eds. Marius Turda, and Paul Weindling. Budapest/New York 2006. 145-166.
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Weindling, Paul. "Der Sozialmediziner Ludwig Teleky." Bulletin of the History of Medicine. 77.2 (2003): p. 459.
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Weindling, Paul. A City Regenerated. Eugenics, race, and Welfare in Interwar Vienna." Interwar Vienna. Culture between Tradition and Modernity. Eds. Deborah Holmes, and Lisa Silverman. Rochester, New York 2009. 81-113.
Weindling, Paul J.. Central Europe Confronts German Racial Hygiene. Friedrich Hertz, Hugo Iltis and Ignaz Zollschan as Critics of Racial Hygiene." Blood and Homeland. Eugenics and Racial Nationalism in Central and Southeast Europe 1900-1940. Eds. Marius Turda, and Paul Weindling. Budapest/New York 2006. 263-280.