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short history of the law.

This article provides an overview of the population of post-WWI Germany and the need for birth control.

How-Martyn discusses Sanger's admirers in Europe, contributing content to the "New Generation," books written by Kan Majima and Janet Chance, visits from German and Danish activist, and Sanger's plans for travel in 1932.

Rudolf Elkan was a German physician, who emigrated to England, changing his name to Edward, where he developed the xenopus pregnancy test and served on the medical sub-committee of the National Birth Control Association.

How-Martyn summarizes efforts to combat Catholic opposition to birth control in England, the reception of the proceedings of the Seventh International Birth Control Conference, evaluates the work on Katharina Stutzin, and discusses organizing…

The Sozial Harmonische Verein was founded, along with the paper Die Sozial Harmonia, by Max Hausmeister and Karl Lotter.

Herr Max Hausmeister founded the German Neo-Malthusian League, Sozial Harmonische Verein, and its publications, Die Sozial Harmonie, with Karl Lotter in 1889.

Helene Stoecker was a German feminist and social reformer. She was responsible for the philosophy known as the New Ethic, which promoted equality of illegitimate children, legalization of abortion, and sexual education.

Leopold Katscher was a journalist and social reformer who designed and co-founded several journals, including Weltstädtische Plauderspaziergänge. He was also involved in the international peace movement and women’s rights movement.

Max Hodann was a German socialist, sex educator and physician associated with the Institute of Sexual Science, who ran two birth control clinics in Berlin.

An organization that served as a clearing house for research on sex and sexuality, founded by Magnus Hirschfeld in 1921. The League held congresses in Copenhagen (1928), London (1929), Vienna (1930), and Brno (1932). It dissolved in 1932 and many of…

Dr. Gottschalk opposed laws against birth control.
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