Not a Slippery Slope or Sudden Subversion: German Medicine and National Socialism in 1933
Hanauske-Abel, Hartmut M.
BMJ: British Medical Journal 1996 December 7; 313(7070): 1453-1463
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Hanauske-Abel, Hartmut M. (1996-12-07)The history of medicine this century is darkened by the downfall of the German medical profession, exposed during the doctors' trial at Nuremberg in 1946. Relying largely on documents published during 1933 in German ...
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