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Tell Them We Remember: The Story of the Holocaust
Draws on the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's collections of artifacts, photographs, maps, and taped oral and video histories to teach young people about this period of history.
In the name of public health--Nazi racial hygiene.
  • S. Bachrach
  • Medicine
  • The New England journal of medicine
  • 29 July 2004
The history of Nazi racial-hygiene policies and eugenics reminds us of the importance of guarding against the use of genetics for the purpose of discrimination. Dr. Susan Bachrach relates thisExpand
Deadly medicine : creating the master race
From 1933 to 1945, Hitler's Nazi regime attempted to realize its vision of a biologically healthy and ethnically homogeneous population through "racial hygiene" programs designed to cleanse GermanExpand
The Nazi Olympics Berlin 1936
A continuum of care for the inner city: assessment of its benefits for Boston's elderly and high-risk populations.
We describe an approach to health care in the inner city: a multidisciplinary system of physicians and mid-level practitioners that provides individualized care to chronically ill, elderly,Expand
Deadly medicine.
This article discusses the methods the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum used to make an exhibition on the complex history of Nazi eugenics accessible to the museum's mass public and at theExpand