1943–1945: The German Medical Profession’s Role in the Atrocities; Dwarfs who Survived Auschwitz

Physicians were not pawns of the Nazi regime; they legitimized mass murder. In contradiction to the myth perpetuated by both the German and American medical establishments;  the vast majority of physicians and biological scientists lent their support to Racial Hygiene laws. They . . . Continue reading →

Holocaust Bibliography of Recent Scholarly Publications

A Holocaust Crossroads: Jewish Women and Children in Ravensbrück, edited by Irith Dublon Knebel, 2010 Harmut Hanauske-Abel. Not a Slippery Slope or Sudden Subversion: German Medicine and National Socialism in 1933, BMJ, 1996 Yehuda G. Adam. Justice in Nuremberg: The Doctors’ Trial . . . Continue reading →