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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Francis R Nicosia; Jonathan Huener; University of Vermont (Burlington, Vt.). Center for Holocaust Studies. Miller Symposium
|ISBN:||1571813861 9781571813862 157181387X 9781571813879|
|Notes:||"The first five essays in this volume are based on the lectures given by five internationally renowned scholars at he Miller Symposium on the theme "German Medicine and Ethics under National Socialism," held at the University of Vermont in April 2000.". - P. VI.|
|Description:||VII, 160 p. : ill. ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||G. Allen, The Ideology of Elimination: American and German Eugenics, 1900-1945; R. Proctor, The Nazi Campaign Against Tobacco: Science in a Totalitarian State; H. Friedlander, Physicians as Killers in Nazi Germany: Hadamar, Treblinka, and Auschwitz; M. Kater, A Criminal Profession in the Third Reich: Toward a Group Portrait of Physicians; W. Seidelman, Pathology of Memory: German Medical Science and the Crimes of the Third Reich; M. Burleigh, The Legacy of Nazi Medicine in Context; Appendix: Speech given by the President of the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science Hubert Markl on the occasion of the opening of the symposium entitled "Biomedical Sciences and Human Experimentation at Kaiser Wilhelm Institutes - The Auschwitz Connection."|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Francis R. Nicosia and Jonathan Huener.|
""Brief and synthetic as the essays are, they will...be of most use to students or to those new to the field. However, they provide engaging reading for those with more in-depth knowledge too."."