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This front matter section of this book Between Occultism and Nazism: Anthroposophy and the Politics of Race in the Fascist Era contains the table of contents and acknowledgements. The book examines anthroposophy in the fascist era as a microcosm of larger historical dynamics whose relevance extends well beyond the occult milieu. It presents an analysis of Steiner's early years in Habsburg Austria, where his conception of the unique German mission was formed. The book also examines the growth of the anthroposophist movement during the Weimar republic, the pivotal period between the end of World War One and the establishment of the Nazi state.

Keywords: anthroposophist movement; German mission; Nazi state

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