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The Heidelberg Manifesto of Xenophobic Professors (March 4, 1982)

The Government Warns of a New Racial Arrogance (December 12, 1979)

Xenophobic Sentiment in the GDR (March 7, 1989)

Ida Pfeiffer, A Lady’s Second Journey Round the World (1855)

Ida Pfeiffer, A Woman’s Journey Round the World (1850)

Johann Christian Wallmann, Sorrows and Joys of Rhenish Missionaries (1856)

“Cultural Progress in the Congo” (1884)

“Ten Little Negroes” (1885)

“Pictures from our Colonies” (1897)

Route Taken through Europe by Abraham Ulrikab and His Family in 1880–81

The Fisk Jubilee Singers Tour Germany (1877–78)

Graphic Pictures of Native Life in Distant Lands (1888)

Tobias, One of the Inuit in a Völkerschau in Hamburg (1880)

Poster for a Ceylonese Exhibit at a “Human Zoo” (1883)

Johan Adrian Jacobsen (19th century)

Poster Advertising “Carl Hagenbeck’s 1885 Ceylon Expedition” (1885)

Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Volume 1 (1925)

Two Inuit Families from Labrador in a Völkerschau (1880)

“The Nubians in Berlin’s Zoological Garden” (1878)

Poster Advertising a Völkerschau Featuring “Australian Cannibals” (1885)

“A Cannibal Dance at the Leipzig Zoological Garden” (1885)

Heinrich Himmler Trains for the Reich Sport Badge in Silver (1936)

Walter Gross’s Radio Speech on Race to German Youth (October 10, 1934)

Himmler’s Commentary on Page 33 (Volume 2) of Mein Kampf: “The Possibility of De-miscegenation Exists” (1927)

The Reich Citizenship Law (September 15, 1935) and the First Regulation to the Reich Citizenship Law (November 14, 1935)