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Books

1 Annas, George J. and Michael A. Grodin. The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code.
        Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press. 1992.

This book starts off with three chapters dealing with events leading up to the Holocaust and focuses mostly on how the doctors of Germany and the practices of America helped bring it about. It goes on to go into some detail about the Doctors Trial of Nuremberg. Following that are spotlights of the different medical codes and a longer narration of the Nuremberg Codes. It includes some images and graphs from the Doctors Trial, as well as personal accounts of medical experiments by Eva Mozes-Kor and a forward by Elie Wiesel.

2  Astor, Gerald. The “Last” Nazi. New York: Donald I. Fine, Inc. 1985.

3  Breggin, Peter R. M.D. Toxic Psychiatry: A Psychiatrist Speaks Out. New York: St.
        Martin’s Press. 1991.

4  Fischer, Klaus P. Nazi Germany: A New History. New York: The Continuum Publishing
        Company. 1995.

5  Gallagher, Hugh Gregory. By Trust Betrayed. New York: Henry Holt and
        Company.
1990.

This is a great book on Germany’s euthanasia program and the subsequent killing of those disabled and elderly people living in Germany at or near the time of the war. It goes into detail of the practices of certain institutes, providing eye witness accounts and images of these places.

6  Lagnado, Lucette Matalon, and Sheila Cohn Dekel. Children of the Flames. New York:
        William Morrow and Company Inc. 1991.

This is a factual novel written by two twin survivors of Dr. Josef Mengele’s children’s ward at Aushwitz. It includes personal testimonies of many twin survivors spliced with a detailed biography of Mengele himself. It also includes pictures of twin s before the war and after. It is a good reference for the doctor’s trial of the Nuremberg cases, but no other part. It is a good description of the failings of the tribunal.

7  Posner, Gerald L. and John Ware. Mengele: The Complete Story. New York: McGraw-   
        Hill Book Company. 1986.

When Medicine Went Mad: Bioethics and the Holocaust. Caplan, Arthur L. (Ed). New
        Jersey: Humana Press. 1992.

 

Websites

T4 Medical Questionnaire. Internet. Retrieved February 20, 2005, from  
      
http://history1900s.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.holocaust-trc.org%2Fmedqst.htm

Aktion Reinhardt Camps. Internet. Retrieved February 21, 2005,  from 
      
http://www.deathcamps.org/

The Doctors Trial. Internet. Retrieved February 21, 2005, from
      
http://nazi_medical.tripod.com/nuremburg.html

                          This site is an excellent source of information about the defendants, the charges, the sentences, and the different experiments performed. 

Holocaust Essays: The Doctors of the Holocaust. Internet. Retrieved February 24, 2005. 
       from
http://remember.org/imagine/doctors.html

Nazi Experiments and Nazi Doctors. Internet. Retrieved February 24, 2005, from
      
http://www.webster.edu/~woolflm/meganquinn.html

Medical Experiments of Nazi Doctors. Internet. Retrieved February 28, 2005, from 
      
http://nazi_medical.tripod.com/experiments.html

The Nuremberg Trials: The Doctors Trial. Internet. Retrieved March 2, 2005, from
      
http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/nuremberg/NurembergDoctorTrial.html

8  The Nazi Doctors. Internet. Retrieved April 2, 2005, from
      
http://www.auschwitz.dk/doctors.htm


 

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