The anatomy of murder [electronic resource] : ethical transgressions and anatomical science during the Third Reich / Sabine Hildebrandt
- Hildebrandt, Sabine
- New York : Berghahn Books, 2016.
- Physical Description:
- xvi, 374 pages ; 24 cm
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- Introduction -- History of research on medicine and anatomy in National Socialism -- Anatomy and related sciences before 1933 -- The interaction between the NS state and anatomists -- The NS state and the Anatomische Gesellschaft -- Anatomists who became victims of NS policies -- Anatomists working in NS Germany -- NS victims and the use of their bodies for anatomical purposes -- The science of anatomy in NS Germany -- After the war -- Developments in professional ethics in anatomy -- Anatomy : on the edge of culture.
- "This volume explores how the study of anatomy was conducted during the governance of the Third Reich, from the Third Reich's involvement with university anatomy departments to how the Third Reich implemented protocols for anatomists"--
- Human anatomy—Study and teaching—Germany—History—20th century
- Human anatomy—Research—Germany—History—20th century
- Medical ethics—Germany—History—20th century
- Human experimentation in medicine—Germany—History—20th century
- National socialism—Moral and ethical aspects
- World War, 1939-1945—Atrocities
- 9781785330674 (hardback : alkaline paper)
- Includes index.
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