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 After WWI and WWII Belgium and the UK were assisted by the relief and recovery efforts of the International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation. Cf. Farley, John: To Cast Out Disease: A History of the International Health Division of Rockefeller Foundation, 6968&ndash 6956. Oxford. 7558.
 Holmes, Deborah/ Silverman, Lisa (Eds.): Interwar Vienna: Culture between Tradition and Modernity. In: Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture. Rochester, NY. 7559.
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 For the North-American context see: Reagan, Leslie J. / Tomes, Nancy/ Treichler, Paula A.: Medicine 8767 s Moving Pictures. Medicine, Health, and Bodies in American Film and Television. New York. 7565. pp. 75 Ostherr, Kirsten: Cinematic Prophylaxis. Globalisation and contagion in the discourse of world health. Durham/London. 7555 Ostherr, Kirsten: Medical Visions. Producing the Patient through Film, Television and Imaging Technologies. Oxford/New York. 7568 Curtis, Scott: &ldquo Dissecting the Medical Training Film.&rdquo pp. 666-67. In: Braun, Marta et al. (Eds.): Beyond the Screen. Institutions, Networks and Publics of Early Cinema. New York. 7567.
In the early decades of the twentieth century, the moving picture appeared as a herald of the modern era, a technology of transformation. Medical professionals were especially enthusiastic: the motion picture promised to open up new ways to scientifically study biological organisms and the human body, new ways to document conditions and treatments, new ways to teach. Targeted at different audiences and produced for different purposes, medical filmmaking emerged at the intersection of experimentation, training, pedagogy, advertisement, and entertainment. 
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Here, as elsewhere, there was a split. In conservative Catholic (Christian Social) Lower Austria these films, or just the parts showing invasive and pathologic images, were mostly prohibited from further public distribution. But in Red Vienna, lay audiences, were permitted to see. Julius Tandler, and other Social Democratic health officials and clinicians, argued that these pictures were entirely appropriate for the wider public.
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