||Ch. 1. Ordinary Germans revisited: nurses, psychiatry, and morality in historical context -- Ch. 2. Neither riffraff nor saints: the ambivalent professionalization of the psychiatric nurse -- Ch. 3. Educating nurses in the spirit of the times: Weimar psychiatry in theory and practice -- Ch. 4. The evasiveness of the ideal: private and professional obstacles -- Ch. 5. Cleaning house in Wittenau: 1933 and the Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service -- Ch. 6. Reeducating nurses in the spirit of the times: Geisteskrankenpflege in the service of national socialism.
||Ch. 7. Politics and professional life under national socialism -- Ch. 8. War, mass murder, and moral flight: psychiatric nursing, 1939-1945 -- Ch. 9. Concluding remarks.
|Local note||Laupus-Retained for historical purposes.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (p. -335) and index.|