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The Clauberg Conspiracies: Nazi Medicine and the Pill
The Clauberg Conspiracies: Nazi Medicine and the Pill
by Artie Scrugs
Hardcover from Xlibris Corporation
 
Crying Hands: Eugenics and Deaf People in Nazi Germany
Crying Hands: Eugenics and Deaf People in Nazi Germany
by Horst Biesold, Henry Friedlander, William Sayers
Hardcover from Gallaudet Univ Pr
 
Racial Hygiene: Medicine Under the Nazis
by Robert N. Proctor
Paperback from Harvard Univ Pr
1989
 
Medicine and Medical Ethics in Nazi Germany: Origins, Practice, Legacies
by Francis R. Nicosia, Jonathan Huener
Paperback from Berghahn Books

 
The Nazi Doctors Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide
by Robert Jay Lifton
This powerful study, the result of ten years of painstaking research and extensive interviews, casts new light not only on the origins of the Holocaust, but explains how physicians, sworn by oath and conviction to ease suffering, were transformed from healers to systematic killers.
 
Cleansing the Fatherland: Nazi Medicine and Racial Hygiene
Cleansing the Fatherland: Nazi Medicine and Racial Hygiene
by Gotz Aly, Peter Chroust, Christian Pross, Belinda Cooper, Aly Gotz
Paperback from Johns Hopkins Univ Pr
1994
 
A Stand Against Tyranny: Norway's Physicians and the Nazis
by Maynard M. Cohen
Listed under Scandinavia WWII
 
Death of Medicine in Nazi Germany: Dermatology and Dermatopathology Under the Swastika
by Wolfgang Weyers, A. Bernard Ackerman
Paperback from Madison Books
 
Children of the Flames : Dr. Josef Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins of Auschwitz
Children of the Flames : Dr. Josef Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins of Auschwitz
by Lucette Matalon Lagnado, Sheila Cohn Dekel (Contributor)
Paperback Reprint edition (May 1992)
Penguin USA
(Paper); ISBN: 0140169318
 
80629 : A Mengele Experiment
by Gene Church
Paperback
Route 66 Pub Ltd; ISBN: 0964429322
 
Mengele : The Complete Story
Mengele : The Complete Story
by Gerald L. Posner, John Ware, Michaael Berenbaum (Introduction)
Paperback - 364 pages 1st cooper edition
Cooper Square Press; ISBN: 0815410069
 
Defy the Darkness: A Tale of Courage in the Shadow of Mengele
Defy the Darkness: A Tale of Courage in the Shadow of Mengele
by Joe Rosenblum, David Kohn
Hardcover from Praeger Publishers
 
Mengele's Legacy
Mengele's Legacy
by David Jay Weinberg
Book Description: Doctor Izzy Slesinger, America's preeminent protein biochemist, discovers that HIV is not the cause of AIDS, but rather the consequence of a genetically shifted cell designed to wipe out the African races. As Izzy races around the globe, searching for Mengele's missing research, he is chased by modern Nazis who share Hitler's dream of a pure Aryan planet. 
Hardcover from Rutledge Books, Inc.
 
The Nazi War on Cancer
by Robert N. Proctor
Familiar as we are with the horrific history of Nazi medicine and science, it may come as a surprise to learn that the Nazi war against cancer was the most aggressive in the world. Robert N. Proctor's thought-provoking book, The Nazi War on Cancer recounts this little-known story. The Nazis were very concerned about protecting the health of the "Volk." Cancer was seen as a growing threat--and perhaps even held a special place in Adolf Hitler's imagination (his mother, Klara, died from breast cancer in 1907). The Nazi doctors fought their war against cancer on many fronts, battling environmental and workplace hazards (restrictions on the use of asbestos) and recommending food standards (bans on carcinogenic pesticides and food dyes) and early detection ("men were advised to get their colons checked as often as they would check the engines of their cars..."). Armed with the world's most sophisticated tobacco-disease epidemiology--they were the first to link smoking to lung cancer definitively--Nazi doctors were especially passionate about the hazards of tobacco. Hitler himself was a devout nonsmoker, and credited his political success to kicking the habit. Proctor does an excellent job of charting these anticancer efforts--part of what he terms "the 'flip side' of fascism"--and, along the way, touches on some unsettling issues. Can an immoral regime promote and produce morally responsible science? Or, in Proctor's words, "Do we look at history differently when we learn that ... Nazi health officials worried about asbestos-induced lung cancer? I think we do. We learn that Nazism was a more subtle phenomenon than we commonly imagine, more seductive, more plausible."

Proctor is no apologist--one of his earlier books, Racial Hygiene is a scathing account of Nazi atrocities--but he clearly wants to engage in the complex moral discussions surrounding the fascist production of science and Holocaust studies. Proctor's thorough research, excellent examples, and dozens of illustrations are complemented by his authoritative prose. The Nazi War on Cancer is a fine addition to the literature on both the Holocaust and the history of medicine. --C.B. Delaney - Amazon.com
Paperback from Princeton Univ Pr

The Last Nazi: The Life and Times of Joseph Mengele
by Gerald Astor
Paperback from Paperjacks
1986
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Josef Mengele (Heroes and Villains)
by John F. Grabowski
Hardcover from Lucent Books

 

Dr. Mengele Dies
Dr. Mengele Dies
by Rebecca Newman
Paperback from 1stBooks Library
 
Doctor Josef Mengele: The Angel of Death (Holocaust Biographies)
by Holly Cefrey
Library Binding from Rosen Publishing Group

Medical Science Under Dictatorship
by Leo Alexander
Book Description: How could the Nazis and their perverse beliefs dominate most of Europe and perpetrate the Holocaust? Dr. Leo Alexander, M.D., the chief American medical consultant at the Nuremberg war crimes trials, answers this troubling question in a work described by Dr. C. Everett Koop as "a remarkable paper." 

Dr. Alexander's specific focus is an examination of the process by which the German medical profession became a willing and unquestioning collaborator with the Nazis. In describing the "subtle shift in attitude" that led to the horrors of the concentration camps. Dr. Alexander demonstrates how "from small beginning" the values of an entire society were perverted. Moreover, he shows the consequences of disbelief in the sancitity of human life and the paramount importance of morality in politics. 

In the words of Malcolm Muggeridge, "no one could have put the matter more cogently and authoritatively than has Dr. Leo Alexander." It is therefore appropriate that this s! tudy, originally addressed to the U.S. medical profession in the July 14, 1949 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, is now available to the public at large. 
Paperback from Bibliographic Press

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Women, Nazis, and Universities: Female University Students in the Third Reich, 1933-1945 (Contributions in Women's Studies)
by Jacques R. Pauwels
Hardcover from Greenwood Publishing Group
1984
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Medical Holocausts: Exterminative Medicine in Nazi Germany and Contemporary America
by William Brennan
Hardcover from Notable & Academic Book
1980
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