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The sexual history of the World War / Magnus Hirschfeld
Bib ID 4803242
Format BookBook
Author
Hirschfeld, Magnus, 1868-1935
 
Uniform Title Sittengeschichte des Weltkrieges. English
Edition [Rev. ed.] 
Description New York : Cadillac, c1946 
318 p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Translation of: Sittengeschichte des Weltkrieges.

From reports collected by the Institute for Sexual Science.

"Intended for circulation among mature educated persons only."

Edited and translated into English from the German work: Sittengeschichte des Weltkrieges.

Subjects Sex.  |  World War, 1914-1918 -- Social aspects.  |  World War, 1939-1945 -- Social aspects.  |  Soldiers -- Sexual behavior.
Other authors/contributors Institut für Sexualwissenschaft in Berlin
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Reports collected by the Institute for Sexual Science

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