Breaking Through the Postwar Coverup of Nazi Doctors in Germany
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1991 Dec; 17(Suppl.): 13-16.
When a dictatorial regime collapses the former power elite, the perpetrators, helpers and collaborators of the old regime do not vanish but, as history has repeatedly shown, manage to survive quite agreeably. This survival is made the more likely by the fact that many of them are, or make themselves, irreplaceable and indispensable as professionals. Such was the situation in Germany after the liberation from Nazism in 1945....Doctor perpetrators in Germany enjoyed particular protection....
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