עודכן: 8 בדצמ׳ 2021
In this post I want to give the sources for our post where I refuted the idea that testosterone is responsible for male violence and that this violence in fact us indoctrinated in men by women. Here are some sources for the statistics and facts I mentioned:
How female monkeys instill violence in males by using wile and creating an Alpha indoctrination by manipulating them with sex:
The Women who brought Hitler to power:
Hitler's Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields
Wendy Lower’s stunning account of the role of German women on the World War II Nazi eastern front powerfully revises history, proving that we have ignored the reality of women’s participation in the Holocaust, including as brutal killers. The long-held picture of German women holding down the home front during the war, as loyal wives and cheerleaders for the Führer, pales in comparison to Lower’s incisive case for the massive complicity, and worse, of the 500,000 young German women she places, for the first time, directly in the killing fields of the expanding Reich.
Hitler’s Furies builds a fascinating and convincing picture of a morally “lost generation” of young women, born into a defeated, tumultuous post–World War I Germany, and then swept up in the nationalistic fervor of the Nazi movement—a twisted political awakening that turned to genocide. These young women—nurses, teachers, secretaries, wives, and mistresses—saw the emerging Nazi empire as a kind of “wild east” of career and matrimonial opportunity, and yet could not have imagined what they would witness and do there. Lower, drawing on twenty years of archival and field work on the Holocaust, access to post-Soviet documents, and interviews with German witnesses, presents overwhelming evidence that these women were more than “desk murderers” or comforters of murderous German men: that they went on “shopping sprees” for Jewish-owned goods and also brutalized Jews in the ghettos of Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus; that they were present at killing-field picnics, not only providing refreshment but also taking their turn at the mass shooting. And Lower uncovers the stories, perhaps most horrific, of SS wives with children of their own, whose female brutality is as chilling as any in history. Hitler’s Furies will challenge our deepest beliefs: genocide is women’s business too, and the evidence can be hidden for seventy years.
Where did the best career opportunities lie for an ambitious young woman in Germany in 1941? In the Red Cross? The army? Or, perhaps, the Gestapo – which, by the end of the war, was 40% staffed by women? No, the best prospects probably lay in the Ostraum, the new German empire to the east, in occupied Poland and then Ukraine and Belarus, where 10,000 secretaries were needed, plus countless teachers and nurses. There you could not only get ahead but escape the tiresome constraints of home life in provincial Germany, and perhaps live out your fantasies. But you might also become an accessory to genocide.
Wendy Lower's book interweaves the experiences of 13 ordinary women who went to work in the East. Aimed at the general reader, it briskly sketches in the position of women in Nazi Germany and then skilfully introduces its cast: the hard-hearted nurse drawn into the euthanasia programme; the idealistic teacher dispatched to Poland; the shepherd's daughter who wants more from her life; the educated woman unable to practise law and drafted into service as a military nurse; the small-town swindler; the pretty 19- year-old eager to avoid a Leipzig car factory; several ambitious secretaries in security police offices; and three women married to SS officers.
Lower oversells her material. There is vivid new detail here, but the broad outlines of this story have been around for a while. The role of women under the Nazis has been churned over for the past 30 years; nobody accepts that stuff about Kinder, Küche, Kirche (children, kitchen, church) any more. That women, as well as men, can abuse their fellow human beings, is hardly the novelty she claims.
Nazi Women: The Attraction of Evil
More research on women in Nazi Germany
· Century, Rachel. Dictating the Holocaust: Female administrators of the Third Reich (PhD Dissertation, University of London, 2012) online. Bibliography pp 277–310
· Heineman, Elizabeth. What Difference Does a Husband Make? Women and Marital Status in Nazi and Postwar Germany (1999).
· Hitten, David B. The Films of Leni Riefenstahl. Metuchen, N.J. & London: The Scarecrow Press, 1978.
· Koontz, Claudia, et al. When Biology Became Destiny: Women in Weimar and Nazi Germany (1984).
· Lower, Wendy. Hitler's Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013.
· MacDonogh, Giles. After the Reich: The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation. (2007).
· Morton, Alison. Military or Civilians? The Curious Anomaly of the German Women's Auxiliary Services during the Second World War. 2012. ASIN B007JUR408
· Moser-Verrey, Monique (1991). "Les femmes du troisième Reich". Recherches féministes.
· Owings, Alison.Frauen. German Women Recall the Third Reich (1994).
· Pine, Lisa. Nazi Family Policy, 1933-1945 (1997).
· Reese, Dagmar. Growing up Female in Nazi Germany (2006).
· Sigmund, Anna Maria. Women of the Third Reich. (2000).
· Stephenson, Jill. The Nazi Organisation of Women (1981).
· Stephenson, Jill. Women in Nazi Germany (2001).
· The Competition for a Women's Lebensraum, 1928–1932, in Renate Bridenthal, Anita
Grossmann et Marion Kaplan, When Biology Became Destiny. Women in Weimar and Nazi Germany. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1984.
· Tscharntke, Denise. Re-educating German Women: the Work of the Women’s Affairs Section of the British Military Government, 1946-1951 (P. Lang, 2003).
· Williamson, Gordon. World War II German Women's Auxiliary Services (Osprey, 2012).
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