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  • Nazi Ideology Redefining Deviants: Witches, Himmler's Witch-trial Survey, and the Case of the Bishopric of Bamberg.
    Sebald, Hans (1989)
    Deviant Beahavior 10:3: 253-270.

    The Nazis defined witches as followers of a Celto-Germanic Nature Religion, & re-evaluated files of 16-17th century trials; compares the files of Bamberg cases with original sources.

    Associated Search Terms: Witch; Historical; Germany, Bamberg; Deviance/social control
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