Journal of the History of Sexuality Special Issue: Sexuality and German Fascism, 11, 1/2, January, 2002/ April, 2002

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Front Matter
Editors' Note: Barbara Loomis and William N. Bonds, 1-2
Hubris and Hypocrisy, Incitement and Disavowal: Sexuality and German Fascism, 3-21
Dagmar Herzog
Sexuality and Nazism: The Doubly Unspeakable?, 22-66
Elizabeth D. Heineman
Backlash against Prostitutes' Rights: Origins and Dynamics of Nazi Prostitution Policies, 67-94
Julia Roos
Homophobic Propaganda and the Denunciation of Same-Sex-Desiring Men under National Socialism, 95-130
Stefan Micheler, Patricia Szobar
Telling Sexual Stories in the Nazi Courts of Law: Race Defilement in Germany, 1933 to 1945, 131-163
Patricia Szobar
Fascism and the Female Form: Performance Art in the Third Reich, 164-200
Terri J. Gordon
Forbidden Company: Romantic Relationships between Germans and Foreigners, 1939 to 1945, 201-222
Birthe Kundrus, Patricia Szobar
Sex with a Purpose: Prostitution, Venereal Disease, and Militarized Masculinity in the Third Reich, 223-255
Annette F. Timm
The Denial of Homosexuality: Same-Sex Incidents in Himmler's SS and Police, 256-290
Geoffrey J. Giles
Victims, Villains, and Survivors: Gendered Perceptions and Self-Perceptions of Jewish Displaced Persons in Occupied Postwar Germany, 291-318
Atina Grossmann
The Pink Triangle and Political Consciousness: Gays, Lesbians, and the Memory of Nazi Persecution, 319-349
Erik N. Jensen
Books of Critical Interest, 350-351
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