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Product Name Medical Ethics and the Holocaust; How Healing Becomes Killing: Eugenics, Euthanasia and Extermination
Vendor Published by Holocaust Museum Houston
Stock Number 10082
Short Detail Detailed compilation of the ethically negligent medical activity in six killing centers during the Nazi occupation.
Long Detail

Medical Ethics and the Holocaust
How Healing Becomes Killing: Eugenics, Euthanasia and Extermination

Weight/Dimensions: 11 inches wide by 8.5 inches tall, 100 pages, soft-cover

Read more about the six killing centers created for the systematic murder of Germany’s mentally and physically ill in this unique 100-page, soft-cover exhibition catalog.

The catalog, produced in conjunction with the Museum's 2007 self-curated exhibition, details activities at the six centers – Grafeneck, Brandenburg, Hartheim, Sonnenstein, Bernburg and Hadamar and of the indispensable and enthusiastic participation of physicians and biomedical scientists in the murder of their patients seen as “lives not worth living.”

Edited by Ursula Gehring-Münzel, Ph.D., with Marci Regan Dallas and Ira D. Perry

Foreword by Dr. Sheldon Rubenfeld

ISBN: 0-9773988-2-X
Library of Congress Control Number: 2007933035

Price($) 19.99