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    George Pitt Rivers and the Nazis By Bradley W. Hart
    2015 | 288 Pages | ISBN: 1472569946 , 1472569954 | PDF | 2 MB

    Once regarded as one of Britain's leading anthropologists, George Pitt-Rivers departed from the mainstream academic establishment in the 1930s, becoming first involved in the eugenics movement and later in pro-Nazi organisations. Publishing works ranging from academic studies of South Pacific tribes to a book supporting Adolf Hitler's annexation of the Sudetenland, Pitt-Rivers gained international notoriety before the Second World War. In 1937 he attended the Nuremberg Rally and met Hitler, documenting his trip in extensive photographs, and in 1940 he was interned by the British government under Defence Regulation 18B.

    This book traces the remarkable career of a man who might have been remembered as one of Britain's leading scientists, but instead became involved in a milieu of far-right figures that would become infamous and end his academic career.
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