[A zoologist on a different path--Richard B. Goldschmidt (1878-1958) as sexuality researcher and his reception by the Third Reich].


At the beginning of 20th century, genetic research was carried out by many different branches of science. Biology, zoology, medicine, psychiatry, and psychology took part, so some results were a mixture of the involved sciences and not pure genetic. One researcher, who used his experiences from zoology to explain sexual orientation in the human race, was… (More)


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