Doctors Under Hitler

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UNC Press Books, 1989 - 426 σελίδες
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In this history of medicine and the medical profession in the Third Reich, Michael Kater examines the career patterns, educational training, professional organization, and political socialization of German physicians under Hitler. His discussion ranges wi
 

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Organizational and Socioeconomic Setting
12
2 The Nazi Reshaping of the Professional Organization
19
3 Medical Specialization and Income
25
4 Practicing Medicine in the Third Reich
35
The Challenge of the Nazi Movement
54
2 The Nazi Physicians League and Other Party Affiliates
63
3 Forms of Resistance
74
4 The Problem of Motivation Reconsidered
84
Students of Medicine at the Crossroads
150
2 Implications of Politics and Social Class
156
3 The Socalled Jewish Question and the Quality of Medical Instruction
169
The Persecution of Jewish Physicians
177
Till September 1935
183
From the 1935 Nuremberg Race Laws to Delicensure in September 1938
192
4 The End of the Jewish Doctors
200
5 A Chronicle of Exile and a Demographic Reckoning
206

The Dilemma of Women Physicians
89
2 Marriage Motherhood and Militancy
92
3 University Students
98
4 Medica Politica
104
Medical Faculties in Crisis
111
2 The Mechanics and Essence of Faculty Politicization
126
3 AntiSemitism Resistance and the Future of Medical Academia
139
The Crisis of Physicians and Medicine under Hitler
222
Tables
242
Figures
260
Notes
263
Sources
369
Index
415
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Σελίδα 5 - Thus it came about that not a single euthanasia or non-therapeutic sterilization was recommended or participated in by any Dutch physician. They had the foresight to resist before the first step was taken, and they acted unanimously and won out in the end. It is obvious that if the medical profession of a small nation under the conqueror's heel could resist so effectively the German medical profession could likewise have resisted had they not taken the fatal first step. It is the first seemingly...

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Michael H. Kater is Distinguished Research Professor of History at the Centre for German and European Studies at York University in Toronto. He is a Guggenheim Fellow and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and has published widely in the area of modern German history.

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