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Anti-Semitism as trumpeted by Artur Dinter’s “Sin against Blood” (1918) and Adolf Hitler’s “Mein... mehr
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Anti-Semitism as trumpeted by Artur Dinter’s “Sin against Blood” (1918) and Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” (1925) aimed at disseminating and popularising concepts of racial purity. This article argues that emotional mechanisms are centralelements of antisemitism which link negative emotions such as disgust with images of the “Jew”. Although this discursive practice shaped decisions in Nazi Courts of Law, practices of shaming became the driving forces of anti-Semitic violence during the era of National Socialism. By analyzing the “crime” of race defilement (Rassenschande), the article explores different dimensions of publically “shaming” “Jews”. The social practice of “shaming” was intervowen with “complex” feelings. An advanced analysisof “active” emotions during the period of National Socialism will enhance our understanding of both: of anti-Semitism and the making of the German Volksgemeinschaft.
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