The Legalization of Mercy Killings in Medical and Nursing Institutions in Nazi Germany From 1938 Until 1941: A Commented Documentation
Roth, Karl Heinz
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. 1984; 7(2): 145-163.
Adults; Children; Chronically Ill; Congenital Disorders; Eugenics; Euthanasia; Fraud; Genetic Disorders; Health; Health Facilities; Involuntary Euthanasia; Involuntary Sterilization; Jews; Killing; Legal Aspects; Minority Groups; Misconduct; Motivation; National Socialism; Newborns; Physicians; Prisoners; Public Policy; Socialism; Sterilization;
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