Jena, November 15, 1930. Hans FK Günther gives his inaugural lecture. For the non-habilitated publicist, Hauptwerk: Rassenkunde des deutschen Volkes , a chair for social anthropology has been set up against the wishes of the university. Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring and Rudolf Hess appear in the crowded auditorium. It's the first time that Hitler enters a university, and it's the last time. A clear signal to the hated academic elite.
Racism: It could not be the same!
In Jena, the birthplace of Nazi racial ideology, German zoologists meet this week. Her message: Races do not exist.